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Killing One Owl To Protect Another [AUDIO]

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service may shoot barred owls pushing threatened spotted owls out of their habitat

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Feds Propose Caribou Habitat Safeguards In N Idaho

Nearly 600 square miles of federal, state and private land in northern Idaho and northeastern Washington is due to be designated critical habitat for dwindling woodland caribou.

Tuesday's announcement by the U

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Hundreds Of Plants, Animals Up For New Protections

The Obama administration is taking steps to extend new protections to a list of imperiled animals and plants that reads like a manifest for Noah's Ark — from the melodic golden-winged warbler, to the slimy American eel and the tiny Texas kangaroo rat

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Phot From Flickr Submitted By USFWS Mountain Prairie
Phot From Flickr Submitted By USFWS Mountain Prairie
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Flight Restrictions Over Yellowstone Spill Area

Aviation officials have imposed flight restrictions over an Exxon Mobil oil spill into the Yellowstone River.

Aircraft in the area cannot fly below 500 feet.

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Oiled Wildlife Hotline … Call In If You Spot Any

If you spot  oiled wildlife (from the spill near  billings)  there is a hot-line that you can call in to report it.  The free hot-line was set up by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  to aid wildlife spill responders in locating potentially affected animals

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Photo From alaska-in-pictures.com
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Illegal Eagle Trafficking Case

An investigation into illegal trafficking of eagle and migratory bird feathers and remains has led to federal charges against three Montanans.

The U.S. Attorney's Office says 51-year-old William E. Hugs Sr.; his son, 22-year-old William E. Hugs Jr., and 33-year-old Ernie Lemuel Stewart pleaded not guilty to a variety of charges in Billings on Tuesday.

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Phot From infobarrel.com
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Bear Encounters

There have been a half-dozen encounters between grizzly bears and humans reported in Montana this month alone.

Most of those encounters didn't turn out well for the bears, which are listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Four times, the grizzlies were shot and killed.

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Photo Courtesy Of journowl.com
Photo Courtesy Of journowl.com
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Environmental Lawsuits

The Center for Biological Diversity is challenging a proposed settlement that would require the Obama administration to consider federal protections for hundreds of imperiled animals and plants. The group  asked a federal judge in Washington, D.C., to put the settlement on hold, saying the deal announced last week between the administration and Denver-based WildEarth Guardians was “flawed and hatched in secret.” The Center for Biological Diversity is a plaintiff in a related case that could give it

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The Importance Of Endangered Species

The U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service and numerous conservation organizations will observe “endangered species day” on Friday. The purpose is to recognize conservation efforts that are underway across the nation, aimed at helping America’s imperiled species

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Photo courtesy of Burjdan Esel, Flickr
Photo courtesy of Burjdan Esel, Flickr
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Gray Wolves Go Back To State Control.

The Federal Government officially removed Montana’s wolves from the Endangered Species List. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reissued its 2009 rule which returns wolf management back to Montana and Idaho. Public hunts for hundreds of wolves already are planned this fall in Idaho and Montana.

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