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  • U.S. weighs listing African lion as threatened species

    U.S. weighs listing African lion as threatened species
      The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Monday proposed listing the African lion as threatened after a study showed the big cats were in danger of extinction in the foreseeable future. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Monday proposed listing...
  • Hawk Mountain to create disability-friendly trail

    Hawk Mountain Sanctuary has received a $188,000 state grant to create a family-friendly trail that is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The sanctuary, in Albany Township, Berks County, and East Brunswick Township, Schuylkill County, is...
  • Connecticut's Extremely Efficient Deer-Killer

    Connecticut's Extremely Efficient Deer-Killer
    EAST HADDAM — Anthony DeNicola is a professional and proficient deer-killer. DeNicola estimates he's been responsible for the deaths of about 10,000 deer since he began his Connecticut-based nonprofit wildlife control company in 1995. He's also...
  • Predator management works well in many rural areas

    The Kathleen Parker column “Fate of bears and wolves in the hands of voters” (Perspective, Oct. 22) on bear hunting in Maine and wolf hunting in Michigan badly misrepresents the reality of predator management in rural areas. Each state has a...
  • Disgraceful hunters are destructive

    It was mortifying to read Kathleen Parker’s column regarding bears and wolves being on the ballot in two states where voters can determine if these majestic species can be traumatized, tortured and killed by hunters. Inhumane and bloodthirsty...
  • Old, cold and bold: Ice Age people dwelled high in Peru's Andes

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a bleak, treeless landscape high in the southern Peruvian Andes, bands of intrepid Ice Age people hunkered down in rudimentary dwellings and withstood frigid weather, thin air and other hardships. Scientists on Thursday...
  • Ex-racehorses show off new career training at Pimlico event

    Ex-racehorses show off new career training at Pimlico event
    For some thoroughbreds at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday, it had been mere months since their last race. Now, as the ex-racehorses trotted onto the track, they were asked by riders not to run like the wind, but do something entirely different —...
  • Website for bird-watchers launches

     Website for bird-watchers launches
    Whether you're a bird enthusiast or not, you will be fascinated by the new website All About Bird Biology. The product of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the site features interactive activities to help kids and adults learn about birds' feathers, songs...
  • Michael S. Sigal, lawyer and horseman, dies at 72

    Michael S. Sigal, lawyer and horseman, dies at 72
    Michael S. Sigal began his law career in the late 1960s with a firm that soon merged with the Chicago office of Sidley Austin, where he gained a national reputation for his focus on corporate governance and executive compensation. "He inaugurated our...
  • Bear shooter becomes instant celebrity

    Bear shooter becomes instant celebrity
    Victor Peters was just a quiet guy in the neighborhood until he killed a bear. Now he's a media star. Since he shot a Florida black bear that had twice broken into his Lady Lake home, Peters, 64, has been featured on CNN, fielded interview requests from...
  • State panel backs gun silencers for hunting

    State panel backs gun silencers for hunting
    TALLAHASSEE — Hunting game in Florida could become a little less noisy by the end of the year. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on Wednesday advanced a proposal that would remove a ban on silencers for rifles and pistols...