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  • National Forests: a battle over mapping roads and trails [corrected]

     
    Jane Steadman has spent the last couple years wrestling over obscure but hotly contested maps showing where people can drive in national forests. “We’re portrayed as people who want to shut down all roads in the national forests, but we’...
  • Wildlife experts suspect intentional cruelty behind recent string of seagull injuries in Orange County

     
    Wildlife rescuers at the Wetlands & Wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach say they suspect intentional cruelty to animals in the injuries of 22 seagulls found in Orange County over the past month. The birds were all found with broken......
  • Nearly 2 dozen seagulls believed intentionally maimed

     
    Nearly two dozen maimed seagulls recovered over the last month on or near Huntington Beach appear to have been wounded intentionally, animal rescue workers said Friday. The Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center in Huntington Beach has received 22 seagulls...
  • Fish and Game Q&A: What to do about injured wildlife?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: We have seen an injured buck in......
  • Conservationists work to save Hanoi's famous Hoan Kiem turtle

     
    HANOI, Vietnam — Hundreds of people are working around the clock to clean up a lake in the heart of Vietnam's capital in hopes of saving a rare, ailing giant turtle that is considered a sacred symbol of Hanoi. Some......
  • Your morning adorable: Giant river otter pups at Zoo Miami

     
    The birth of two giant river otter pups in Florida earlier this year is big news both for their endangered species and the zoo where they were born. The pups -- one male and one female who haven't yet been......
  • Tongass in Alaska to get federal roadless protection

     
    The federal rule protecting the nation's last remaining stretches of roadless wilderness will apply now to the largest and grandest of the national forests under a court ruling in Alaska, which threw out the exemption granted to the Tongass National......
  • EPA agrees to strengthen ship ballast rules

     
    The federal government has agreed to develop more stringent national regulations governing the discharge of ship ballast water, which has been a major source of troublesome invasive species in California and other states. Under a settlement filed...
  • Ohio man to pay nearly $24,000 restitution for poaching trophy deer

     
    An Ohio man has been ordered to pay nearly $24,000 in restitution for illegally killing a trophy white-tailed deer. This is the largest restitution ever imposed in the state for deer poaching. James C. Alspaugh, 39, of West Mansfield, Ohio,......
  • Colorado approves draft regulations prohibiting hunting bears in their dens

     
    Colorado Wildlife Commission officials have approved the draft phase of regulations which, if passed, would prohibit the hunting of bears in their dens. The commission approved the draft regulations at their meeting Thursday in Denver. The final vote will...
  • Fish and Game Q&A: Can trespassing wildlife be trapped and relocated?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: Is it illegal to trap and relocate......