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Northern Long-eared Bat Reclassified as Endangered

Date: November 29, 2022 Contact: Georgia Parham, Georgia_Parham@fws.gov, 812-593-8501 Ongoing spread of deadly white-nose syndrome is primary threat, increasing risk of extinction WASHINGTON — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced a final rule to reclassify the northern long-eared … Continue reading

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Research Scientist Named Fisheries Biologist Of The Year Wisconsin DNR, November 23, 2022 MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is pleased to announce that Coldwater Fisheries Research Scientist, Dr. Matthew Mitro, was awarded Fisheries Biologist of the Year … Continue reading

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State of the Birds Report Reveals Widespread Losses

October 12, 2022 American Bird Conservancy A newly released State of the Birds report for the United States reveals a tale of two trends, one hopeful, one dire. Long-term trends of waterfowl show strong increases where investments in wetland conservation … Continue reading

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Fergus Falls, MN First Prairie City USA

Contact: Dane Huinker: DHuinker@WildlifeForever.org, October 6, 2022 White Bear Lake, MN – Wildlife Forever is proud to certify Fergus Falls, MN as the first Prairie City USA community in the country. Friday, September 30th, marked the occasion with a dedication ceremony at … Continue reading

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Majority of Americans Support RAWA

  September 15, 2022 by Responsive Management A new survey conducted by Responsive Management finds that 70 percent of Americans support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, pending federal legislation that would allocate an additional $1.4 billion in annual funding to … Continue reading

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