Tag Archives: Nature and Wildlife

(EnviroNews USA Headline News Desk) — Hugo, Minnesota — Another adorable video of wildlife coming up and interacting with humans has surfaced out of Hugo, Minnesota and is picking up a lot of steam around the web. The video star this time: a curious female deer. The video…

(EnviroNews Nature) — The iconic northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) is back in the news again as population numbers continue to decline throughout its range — from British Columbia to Northern California. The primary culprit in the story of this bird’s precipitous decline has always been recognized…

(EnviroNews Nature) — Boise, Idaho — A federal court judge said the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFWS) “looked at the trees without looking at the forest,” by artificially minimizing dangers facing the imperiled greater sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). The ruling strikes down a…

(EnviroNews USA Headline News Desk) — A new study that tallies North America’s bird numbers has surfaced and the results are devastating for animal lovers and everyday citizens alike: nearly 30 percent of the continent’s avian creatures, or around 3 billion birds, have vanished since 1970 with no…

(EnviroNews Wyoming) — Reversing what was hailed as a “fantastic victory” in federal court for both wild plains bison and environmentalists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS/the Service), with a post in the Federal Register on September 6, 2019, made it clear that it will not be affording…

(EnviroNews Arizona) — Tucson, Arizona — Two of America’s most successful environmental gunslingers fired off yet another lawsuit against Trump’s U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS/the Service) on September 4, 2019, accusing the agency of “[failing] to consider science” as part of a “capricious” decision to not protect…

(EnviroNews California) — A serial killer of wild burros is on the loose in California’s Mojave Desert and a $58,500 reward has been offered up for information leading to the donkey shooter’s identity and whereabouts.  42 of the beloved creatures have been gunned down since May in the…

(EnviroNews Arizona) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has announced it intends to hire known wolf exterminator William Bennett Nelson of Bill Nelson Wildlife Control to trap and radio-collar endangered Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) in New Mexico and Arizona, causing “fury” amongst environmental and…

(EnviroNews USA Headline News Desk) — Fish are being fired upriver by an innovative “cannon” of sorts, flinging them over manmade obstacles — obstructions that in some cases, have denied salmon their native habitats for nearly a century. And although the “salmon cannon” has been in effect and…

(EnviroNews Nature) — In a win for nature fans, the United States District Court in Arizona struck down a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (the Service/USFWS) management rule for the endangered Mexican grey wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), finding that it “provides only for short-term survival of the species…

(EnviroNews Idaho) — Boise, Idaho — On March 22, 2018, Idaho’s Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously to direct the Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) to collect comments on a proposed grizzly bear hunting season. Idaho would allow all hunters together to shoot a grand total of…

(EnviroNews Colorado) — A Colorado State University scientist is investigating the role wild horses may play in slowing the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a 100 percent fatal and contagious brain-destroying infection, ravaging the country’s deer and elk herds. The findings take on increased significance considering recent…

(EnviroNews Wyoming) — In what wildlife and conservation organizations are calling a “fantastic victory,” on Feb. 1, 2018, Federal Judge Christopher Cooper ruled U.S. wildlife officials must reconsider their 2015 decision to deny Yellowstone bison protections under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). According to the opinion written by…