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Category: Specific Organisms :: Fish
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Snotty Tunnels of Love: Tidewater gobies deserve protected territory 15.4.2009 Switchboard, from NRDC
Sometimes the little critters we overlook are also some of the most amazing... This week NRDC renews a long-standing fight over a somewhat blah-looking little fish called the tidewater goby. Despite its drab appearance, the quirky swimmer exemplifies why the...
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Letters: Men and abortion 15.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
In a man's world, U.S. women have a voice • What's not covered at Outdoor Expo • A lesson on source of education funding
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Agency to Axe Habitat for Endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep 14.4.2009 Wildlife and Habitat Conservation News - ENN
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a proposal today that would substantially reduce critical habitat protections for the endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep. The proposal designates just 376,938 acres, which is a 55-percent reduction from a 2001 designation of 844,897 acres. The reduction appears to have been made to accommodate urban sprawl.
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Agency to Axe Habitat for Endangered Peninsular Bighorn Sheep 14.4.2009 Environmental News Network
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a proposal today that would substantially reduce critical habitat protections for the endangered Peninsular bighorn sheep. The proposal designates just 376,938 acres, which is a 55-percent reduction from a 2001 designation of 844,897 acres. The reduction appears to have been made to accommodate urban sprawl.
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5 killed, 7 hurt when powerboat slams into tug in Florida 14.4.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Skies were clear and sunny when a powerboat packed with 12 people slammed into a docked tugboat, killing five occupants of the pleasure craft and seriously injuring seven others, authorities and witnesses said yesterday.
Thomas Friedman: Costa Rica's clear-eyed example 14.4.2009 Twincities.com: Opinion
LIBERIA, Costa Rica — Sailing down Costa Rica's Tempisque River on an eco-tour, I watched a crocodile devour a brown bass with one gulp. It took only a few seconds. The croc's head emerged from the muddy waters near the bank with the footlong fish writhing in its jaws. He crunched it a couple of times with razor-sharp teeth and then, with just the slightest flip of his snout, swallowed the fish whole. Never saw that before.

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Hey Wyoming: Your Wolves Aren’t “Experimental” Anymore 14.4.2009 Switchboard, from NRDC
Predictably, the Fish and Wildlife Service’s recent decision to strip wolves of Endangered Species Act protections in Montana and Idaho—but to leave those protections in place in Wyoming—not only angered us, but plenty of folks in Wyoming as well; and...
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5 dead in Florida boating accident 13.4.2009 CNN: Top Stories
Florida Law enforcement officials said Monday they had launched an investigation into a tragic boating accident near St. Augustine, Florida, that took the lives of five people and seriously injured seven others.
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Fish stocking in North Cascades lakes set to end 13.4.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch.
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Fish stocking ban looms at Wash. national park (AP) 13.4.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch.
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Fish stocking ban looms at Wash. national park 13.4.2009 AP National
SEATTLE (AP) -- Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch....
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Fish stocking ban looms at Wash. national park 13.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch.
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Fish stocking in Wash. state's North Cascades lakes to be banned, unless Congress intervenes 13.4.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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Fish stocking ban looms at Wash. national park 13.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch.
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Fish stocking in North Cascades lakes set to end 12.4.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Every summer, Sandy McKean and volunteers lug plastic jugs full of baby trout into the rugged wilderness of North Cascades National Park and plant them in alpine lakes for anglers to catch.
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Op-Ed Columnist: (No) Drill, Baby, Drill 12.4.2009 NY Times: Most Emailed
If government policies don’t recognize the need to sustain nature’s incredible range of economic services — from carbon-fixation to natural beauty for tourism — things go haywire.
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Tainted fish are no catch 12.4.2009 Boston Globe: Massachusetts
As the Army readies plans to clean up polluted sediment on the bottom of Lake Cochituate, Marco Kaltofen of Natick worries about the anglers who bring catches tainted with dangerous PCBs home to their families.
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Thomas L. Friedman: Costa Rica sets a standard for sustainable growth 12.4.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Opinion
Costa Rica is insisting that economic growth and environmentalism work together. It has created a holistic strategy to think about growth, one that demands that all costs get counted.
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Game & Fish to keep eye on young eagles 11.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
Kyle McCarty, an eagle biologist with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, was 40 feet up a sycamore tree in the Tonto National Forest trying to gain control of a pair of young bald eagles.
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Feds Propose Change in Silvery Minnow Plan 11.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Feds Propose Change in Silvery Minnow Plan
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