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Surprise Discovery Of New Bat Species

Researchers have discovered a new species of orange and black bats in West Africa.
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How Rice Fields Can Help Recover California’s Endangered Salmon

Farmers in the Sacramento Valley have partnered with biologists, water regulators, and conservation groups to restore wild fish runs.
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New Okanagan Ecological Corridor Aims To Protect More Wildlife

Some researchers have found British Columbia has some of the most endangered species, and the solution has been a collaborative effort to create a...
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Namibian Fishermen Take Initiative To Protect Birds

Using simple eco-solutions, Namibian fishermen have managed to prevent birds from getting tangled up in fishing lines.
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New Herd Of Bighorn Sheep Released In Little Belt Mountains

49 released bighorn sheep have formed a new herd in their new home in the Little Belt Mountains.
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Argentina’s Jaguar Population Makes A Comeback

Wildlife conservationists have released a mother jaguar and her two cubs to Argentinian wetlands, where they disappeared 70 years ago.
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Audio Recordings Of Whale Songs Point To New Population

A previously unheard blue whale song has led wildlife researchers to believe they have discovered a new population of endangered blue whales.
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First Ever Encounter Of Dwarf Giraffes

Researchers in Africa have unexpectedly encountered not one but two dwarf giraffes in different herds from different countries.
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Estonian Company Connects Forest Owners With Investment Funds

A new digital platform called Single.Earth has secured millions of dollars to support its concept of finding investments to pay landowners to protect wetlands...
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Biologists Counting Wolves In The Rugged Southwest Mountains

Biologists are combing the mountains of the U.S. Southwest to see how many Mexican gray wolves are roaming the wild.
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