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Happy Friday, ya'll! Start your day with a smile with these little Black-footed ferret kits at the National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center. Did you know a litter of ferrets is called a business? Springtime breeding is almost here, so watch out for more pictures! (Photo: Kimberly Tamkun/USFWS)
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I love ferrets!
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This bright and cheerful photo of wild lupins in New Zealand was an easy pick for Nature Photo of the Week. But taking the photograph, however, was not
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The national parks of the American West—within the Colorado Plateau—have long been the subject of debate: protect the natural landscapes or mine the natural resources? Terry Tempest Williams celebrate...
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Tell your rep NO on H.R. 4089!
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The new rule would allow the use of artificial lights to blind coyotes after dark where hunting is legal. There would be no season, no bag limit and no permit required.
Since 1993, it’s been legal to shoot coyotes during daylight hours throughout North Carolina, but a new rule proposed by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission would expand statewide coyote hunting op...
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Thanks for this great piece, Ann! We should all take a moment to appreciate the wide open western landscapes and wildlife that share our beautiful home
Our countrys public lands have been the subject of many discussions lately, on the campaign trail, in Congress and in state legislatures.
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Protecting wildlands for wildlife in the Rocky Mountain West
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Rocky Mountain Wild defends biodiversity in the Rocky Mountain West by:

• Preserving core habitat to conserve the diversity of native species

• Restoring wildlife migration corridors bisected by highways and development

• Advocating for a sustainable and ecologically-responsible ski industry

• Developing solutions to help wildlife survive in a warming world