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Radio-Canada
10/22/2018

Monkey skulls, snakeskin boots and bear bile: Morbid items fill Heathrow s dead shed
At first glance, it looks as though you've stumbled into the rumpus room of an eccentric uncle: guitars stuck up on the wall and tiny monkey skulls encased in glass. This is Heathrow Airport's "dead shed," a repository for confiscated items that hig

The next step in the sustainability journey: What would nature do?
Janine Benyus brings nature’s wisdom as guidance to business leaders at VERGE 18.
EIN News
10/22/2018

According to a leaked memo, the Trump administration is instructing the Fish & Wildlife Service to be quiet about changes to the Endangered Species Act.   The memo, obtained by the Center for Biological Diversity, says that the Service should li
Missoulian
10/22/2018

Whether the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission or the Montana State Board of Land Commissioners has the final say on state conservation easements is now in the hands of the Montana Supreme Court.

Moose calves are dying at unprecedented levels in New England, mostly because of the hordes of winter ticks — as many as 90,000 on one animal — that latch on to their bodies and drain their blood.
Nature.org
10/22/2018

Possum Terrors and Rediscovering Urban Wildlife
How a move across the world - and a terrifying possum - helped me rediscover urban wildlife.

Government Launches Plan To Ban Plastic Straws, Cotton-Buds & Stirrers
The Government has today (22 October) set out its plan to ban the distribution and sale of plastic straws, drinks stirrers and cotton buds to protect our rivers and seas. The plan is subject to a consultation launched by Environment Secretary Micha
Canada
10/22/2018

Government of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia today announced funding support to nine enterprises in the Nova Scotia fish and seafood sector through the Atlantic Fisheries Fund

Make the Right Choice for Birds, Bass and Butterflies
From golden-winged warblers to Chatahoochee bass to monarch butterflies, Georgia’s wildlife depend on protected and abundant forests, waterways and parks to survive and flourish. By voting YES for Amendment 1 fellow Georgians can make the right choi

Will Migratory Birds Win at the Polls in the Golden State?
With their long, upturned bills and striking coloration, avocets are a striking migratory bird that depend on the Golden State’s wetlands. However, pollution and contaminants in California waterways dampen successful breeding seasons and destruction

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YES on 6 for cleaner energy, less pollution, and a brighter future for Nevada’s wildlife and people

YES on 6 for cleaner energy, less pollution, and a