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Yurok Tribe Mourns Passing of Gray Whale in Klamath River
The female gray whale that drew considerable public attention by staying the greater part of this summer in the lower Klamath River died of natural causes in the early morning of T...
Returning Salmon Being Tested for Radiation from Japanese Nuclear Plant as a Precaution
Two British Columbia First Nations are taking a wait-and-see approach as West Coast salmon are tested to determine if they have been contaminated with radiation resulting from Japa...
Caribou Plan Misses the Mark: Experts
The federal government has come up with a plan to save Alberta’s caribou to comply with a court order, but rather than guard the animals' habitat, it protects oil sands development...
Intrepid Whimbrel Flies from Nunavut to the Caribbean Through Hurricane Irene
Hurricane Irene may have shut down New York City and caused rivers throughout the northeastern United States to overrun their banks, but the storm did not daunt one determined shor...
Traditional Knowledge Complements Modern Science
When polar scientist Henry Huntington was studying a drop in the beluga whale population in Alaska some years ago, he and his colleagues were stumped by conversations they had with...
The American Bald Eagle has many ceremonial uses in the Native population. Sadly, on Sunday May 1 this mother of three eaglets received a ceremony of her own ...
Snow Geese, Ready for Their Closeup
Bernard Maktar of Pond Inlet won Nunavut Tunngavik's 2010 Photo of the Year Contest for this photograph of snow geese...
Sealing the Deal
This winsome second-place winner in the annual photo contest held by the Inuit land-claims organization Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
Proposed Settlement Would De-List Idaho, Montana Gray Wolves
Tribes and environmentalists are still awaiting a court decision on whether gray wolves will be removed from the endangered species list in the northern Rocky Mountains...
Bears Emerging from Hibernation Early
Spring has sprung, and so has the bear...
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