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Navajo Nation Inaugurates an Eagle Aviary
Craig Springer, USFWS
The Navajo people know it as Atsá : the golden eagle. They revere the regal bird, moved by its beauty on the perch and its grace as it soars in the Southwestern sky...
Feds to Allow Even More Bald Eagles Killed or Maimed for Clean Energy
The debate over the unintentional killing or injuring of golden and bald eagles in wind turbines is set to intensify, as the U.S...
For the Pacific Fisher, aka Sxwemechen: Positive Signs, but no Endangered-Species Listing
It was hunted, trapped and farmed for its pelt for more than two centuries. Its population further declined as its forest habitat was lost to logging...
Funding Traditional Knowledge: Tribes and Alaska Natives Get $5 Million From U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Eagle rehab, feral hog control and gauging the environmental impact of invasive marijuana cultivation are among 29 conservation projects receiving $5 million in Tribal Wildlife Gra...
Montana’s National Bison Range May Revert to Confederated Salish/Kootenai Tribes
After years of contention over jurisdiction, the U.S...
Oregon Militia Nuts Hold Paiute History, Artifacts Hostage
This weekend, Burns Paiute tribal chairperson Charlotte Roderique spoke to Indian Country Today Media Network about the status of the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in O...
Sad Start to 2015: Monarch Butterfly Could Be Put on Endangered Species List
Their habitat beset by logging in Mexico and their numbers by milkweed eradication and pesticide mortality in the U.S., the monarch butterfly has decreased in population so much th...
Indigenous Youth Help USFWS Restore Fish Passage on Cochiti Pueblo
Melanie Dabovich, USFWS
Ask a group of teenagers their idea of fun and you might get answers like hanging out with friends, dodging opponents during a game of laser tag or playing their favorite video gam...
Seminole Tribe Fights Florida Power Company to Save Panther
First it was oil companies eyeing fracking potential in the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, and now it’s the Florida Power & Light Co...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Commitment to Environmental Justice Leads Fish and Wildlife Service to Study Anacostia River Fishing
Kim Lambert, EPA
Approximately 17,000 people, many African American or Hispanic, eat fish they catch out of the Anacostia River each year, and often share their fish with hungry people, according t...
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