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Baby manatee, mother rescued after being stranded by Hurricane Hermine

185 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Manatee Conservation biology Crystal River Florida Biodiversity Automobile Crystal River Citrus County Florida Wildlife management
Funding parks and wildlife — without raising the cost of hunting and fishing licenses (2 letters)
Colorado Parks and Wildlife needs an updated method of funding. The 100-year-old model that this agency still follows is not only antiquated but is also very unfair.
68 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Poaching Funding Change Wildlife management Finance Fundraising The Denver Post
LETTER: Story glorified the killing of animals
I was very disappointed by what I read
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Wildlife Hunting Recreation Wildlife management Woman Wildness Genetic pollution Concepts in metaphysics
LETTER: Thanks for recent Review-Journal story that showed hunting in a positive light
Those who are totally disconnected with the real issues of wildlife conservation do not realize that hound hunting for mountain lion is a necessity in the balance of nature.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Hunting Predation Cougar Cat White-tailed deer Wildlife management British Columbia Wildlife
Moose hunt continues to be curtailed: Just 51 permits may be issued this year
Only 51 people will be allowed to hunt a moose in New Hampshire next fall, just 7 percent of the number who could participate a decade ago, as the iconic mammal continues to struggle with disease and parasites.The number of permits was approved by the Fish and Game Commission at its February meeting...
16 points by Concord Monitor | Hunting Game Deer Wildlife management New Hampshire Manchester New Hampshire White-tailed deer Hunting license
LETTER: Recent commentary in favor of zoos was grossly misleading
The examples of zoos helping species through breeding and reintroduction are not “countless,” as American Humane asserts. Quite the opposite — of 167 attempts to reintroduce captive-bred animals to the wild, fewer than 10 percent have succeeded.
74 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Conservation biology Animal welfare Wildlife management Zoo Wildlife Ex-situ conservation Marine mammal park In-situ conservation
Denver man fined $11,000 for poaching trophy elk
A Denver man has been fined $11,000 for illegally killing a trophy elk.
579 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Elk Colorado municipalities Maybell Colorado Dinosaur National Monument Craig Colorado Wildlife management Deer
Trinidad man gets three years in prison for running illegal hunting outfitter business
A Trinidad man has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges that he ran an illegal hunting outfitter business called Colorado Elk Adventures, Colorado wildlife officials say.
12 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Wildlife management Law Poaching Plea Animal welfare Las Animas County Colorado Colorado municipalities
How origami might actually help save elephants
The Wildlife Conservation Society wanted to show just how big the elephant poaching problem is. Video provided by Newsy         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | Login User Access code Elephant Social network service Hunting United States Wildlife management
Wildlife officers investigate after illegal elk killings
ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) - State wildlife officers are investigating after five elk were found shot and killed north of Ellensburg. The Daily Record in Ellensburg reports (http://bit.ly/2gknLTW ) that four elk calves and one cow were killed and their carcasses left to rot on Nov. 6 between Schnebly and Coleman ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Cattle Hunting English-language films Elk Wildlife management
Wild turkey restoration a conservation success story
The return of the wild turkey is a great example of the power of public and private wildlife management, officials say.        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Hunting Wild Turkey Wildlife management Turkey Natural resource Domestic turkey Wildlife Conservation biology
Chainsaws in hand, some de-horn rhinos to stop poaching
Eager to stop wildlife poaching, some are taking the drastic step of de-horning rhinos before the illegal hunters do        
-1 points by The Detroit News | Rhinoceros Africa Endangered species South Africa Hunting Endangered Species Act Wildlife management Horn