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Conservation

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Top Conservation Articles

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  • Bear's eye view: Study puts cameras, GPS collars on Wekiva bears

    Wildlife biologists are putting tracking collars and cameras on bears near Central Florida neighborhoods. The devices, which rely on GPS technology, beam the animal's location to a computer every half-hour and may help the study team understand where...
  • Fish kill delays opening of Tuma Lake

    Fish kill delays opening of Tuma Lake
    Opening Tuma Lake in Willow Springs, planned for this fall, may be delayed as long as two years to restock fish killed off by the harsh winter. Fish had been put in the lake over the past two to three years, said Steve Silic, fisheries biologist with...
  • Lincoln Park Apartments in Hampton are nearly vacant

    Less than a year after the first moving vans arrived, the city's largest public housing complex is now nearly devoid of life. Lincoln Park Apartments is nearly vacant, save for six families and a few staff members keeping watch over the facility along...
  • Will Co. Forest Preserve adopts early retirement plan

    Will Co. Forest Preserve adopts early retirement plan
    Veterans of the Will County Forest Preserve District will have a chance for early retirement starting next summer. Forest preserve commissioners recently approved a program that would allow employees who are at least 50 years old and have 20 years of...
  • Knoch Knolls nature center now open

    Knoch Knolls nature center now open
    The new nature center at Naperville's Knoch Knolls Park is being touted as an educational resource for all ages as well as a meeting place for those wishing to explore the entire 224-acre tract. Following 14 months of construction, officials recently...
  • Donna Langley Provides Resources and Mentorship to Women in Vital Voices Program

    As chairman of Universal Pictures, Donna Langley is one of the few women in her position in the entertainment industry. Her work with the nonprofit organization Vital Voices and its global mentorship program has also influenced her day job. Four years...
  • Burger King, Five Guys tie for nation's favorite burger

    Burger King, Five Guys tie for nation's favorite burger
    Like choosing between Coca-Cola or Pepsi, deciding the nation's best fast food burger is a long-debated topic which will likely always lead to disagreement. But according to a recent YouGov.com poll, burger chains Five Guys and Burger King tie for...
  • Body cameras may become part of hunting season

    A hunter encountering a wildlife conservation officer may be recorded on video this winter. A bill allowing Pennsylvania conservation officers to wear body cameras while on duty has passed the House. The Senate is expected to take up the legislation...
  • Fracking still worrisome [Editorial]

    Fracking still worrisome  [Editorial]
    The development of natural gas supplies located deep in the rocky landscape of Western Maryland carries significant environmental risks, but there are regulations the state can impose that would reduce those dangers. The latest study of this issue —...
  • Californians respond to drought, cut water use 11.5% in August

    Californians respond to drought, cut water use 11.5% in August
    Countering its image as the state's water waster, Southern California rallied during the summer and dramatically cut its water use, new state numbers show.  The State Water Resources Control Board on Tuesday announced that Californians sharply cut their...
  • Regatta brings new spectacle to Fox River despite cold weather

    Regatta brings new spectacle to Fox River despite cold weather
    St. Charles' first-ever regatta Saturday in Pottawatomie Park along the Fox River had been planned meticulously by organizers for months. Spectators dressed in Kentucky Derby-style garb would cruise down the river in a large paddle boat, enjoying drinks...