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Blue Virginia - Representative Don Beyer introduced the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2016 to begin reversing the tide of habitat loss and fragmentation for U.S. fish, wildlife, and plant species.
Montana expedites invasive mussel testing
Papa bear, mama bear, and baby bear
- Researchers tracing grizzly bear genealogy in Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem with intricate family tree find 'rapid restoration of genetic diversity.'
State lawmakers are critical of 'slow, stumbling' response to first detection of aquatic invaders.
New York Times
- The Site C project has prompted mounting opposition and legal challenges from industry experts, local landowners, aboriginal communities and others who say Site C poses a risk to the environment and violates constitutionally protected indigenous rights.
Public to be consulted on national wilderness parks
Radio Canada International
By law, Canada's minister responsible must hold a round table on Parks Canada every two years, but this minister has decided to broaden that and hold public consultation sessions across the country.