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Endangered Species

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  • Davie men tussle over feeding community ducks

    Davie men tussle over feeding community ducks
    A fight between Davie neighbors about feeding a Muscovy duck and her ducklings sent one man to jail and another to a hospital. The incident began Sunday at about 4 p.m. at the Park City West mobile home community at 10550 State Road 84. It has a lake...
  • Wolf pups spotted in southwest Oregon's Cascade Mountains for the first time in 70 years

    Wolf pups spotted in southwest Oregon's Cascade Mountains for the first time in 70 years
    Wolf pups haven’t been seen in southwest Oregon’s Cascade Mountains in 70 years … until now. According to Outdoorhub, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says wolf pups have been sighted in the range for the first time since...
  • #ABC suing Dept. of Interior over #eagle kill ruling

     
    American Bird Conservancy (ABC)—has announced its intention to sue the Department of the Interior (DOI), charging DOI with multiple violations of federal law in connection with its December 9, 2013, final regulation that allows wind energy companies...
  • Review: 'A Window on Eternity' by Edward O. Wilson

    Review: 'A Window on Eternity' by Edward O. Wilson
    If a single place can capture humanity's fraught relationship with nature, Edward O. Wilson makes a good case for Mozambique's war-torn Gorongosa National Park. Its limestone gorges and lush rainforests helped rear the earliest humans, and it was humanity...
  • Endangered bird species mating in Bolsa Chica

    Endangered bird species mating in Bolsa Chica
    Local bird photographer Steve Smith walked around the southern entrance of the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, hoping to get another glimpse of the elusive light-footed clapper rail. With a super telephoto lens attached to his camera, Smith wasn't...
  • State protection sought for flat-tailed horned lizard

    State protection sought for flat-tailed horned lizard
    A two-decade legal fight to protect a squat lizard with dragon-like head spines from urban encroachment in Southern California took a new turn this week. The Center for Biological Diversity has petitioned the California Fish and Game Commission to...
  • Ken Ziffren Honored to L.A. Zoo Assn.'s Beastly Ball

    Los Angeles film czar Ken Ziffren opted for a pithy speech when he climbed onstage to receive the Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award Saturday night at the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association's 44th Annual Beastly Ball. The veteran entertainment industry...
  • Committee backs amenities for Fairview Park

    The Fairview Park Citizens Advisory Committee's discussions on park additions continued Wednesday, with a majority of the group giving thumbs-up approvals to adding new picnic structures, bike trails with pedestrian paths alongside them, drought-...
  • Baby herons mangled in woodchipper in Oakland, critics say

    Baby herons mangled in woodchipper in Oakland, critics say
    Critics are saying that young herons were removed from their nest during a tree-trimming project at a post office in Oakland and fed into a wood chipper.> Postal officials and the landscaping company deny the claims, but acknowledge someone removed...
  • Exotic species are settling in at L.A. Zoo's new rain-forest exhibit

    Exotic species are settling in at L.A. Zoo's new rain-forest exhibit
    The Los Angeles Zoo's new Rainforest of the Americas exhibit doesn't open until Tuesday, but it is already filled with commotion. Dwarf caimans and a giant bird-eating spider were exploring the creature comforts of their enclosures this week....
  • Household rat poison linked to death and disease in wildlife

    The mountain lion known as P-22 looked majestic just a few months ago, in a trail-camera photo shot against the backdrop of the Hollywood sign. But when a remote camera in Griffith Park captured an image of the puma more recently, it showed a thinner...