User: flenvcenter Topic: Biodiversity-Regional
Category: Problems :: Habitat Loss
Last updated: Nov 11 2017 24:59 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Zinke’s new sage grouse plans ignores years of work 10.11.2017 High Country News Most Recent
The changes adhere with Trump’s goals of energy dominance on public lands.
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This is your chance to help name the Denver Zoo’s new red panda cubs 21.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
The Denver Zoo is hosting a naming contest until Oct. 26 to decide the names of the red panda brothers who were born on Aug. 27. The brothers are the second litter from parents Faith and Hamlet.
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An ‘ill-conceived’ road through Alaskan wilderness 17.10.2017 High Country News Most Recent
The Trump administration’s backdoor land swap could set a dangerous precedent.
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Denver Zoo’s red panda cubs get supplemental bottle feedings 5.10.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
The unnamed brothers, who were born at The Denver Zoo on Aug. 27, have been getting supplemental bottle feedings after a routine weighing revealed they were a little lighter than veterinarians expected.
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Photos and video: Denver Zoo welcomes pair of male red panda cubs 30.9.2017 Denver Post: Local
Second litter of red panda cubs born to breeding pair Faith and Hamlet.
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Condos at 27-unit housing project in Basalt reserved for teachers, workers 21.9.2017 Denver Post: Local
Two local governments and a nonprofit are pumping nearly $8 million into a project aimed at providing affordable housing for Roaring Fork Valley teachers, staff members and county workers.
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Fans of Dobby, Denver Zoo’s baby giraffe, can breathe a sigh of relief — he’s sticking around 15.9.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
Fans of Dobby, the Denver Zoo’s baby giraffe, will be able to watch the little guy grow up, a relief for some who worried he’d be transferred to another zoo. The zoo regularly fields questions from visitors about Dobby’s future. As a member of the Species Survival Plan, the zoo will relocate animals to help species […]
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Baby animal alert: The Denver Zoo has its first hatching of a sarus crane 24.8.2017 Denver Post: Local
The Denver Zoo baby daycare has another member. The zoo welcomed its first hatching of a sarus crane (pronounced SAHR-uhss) on Aug. 17 to proud parents Violetta and Alfredo.
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Interior overhauls sage grouse conservation 24.8.2017 High Country News Most Recent
How big a role do industry concerns play in potential rewrite of management plans?
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Sage grouse changes; Superfund funding; Sacrificial sea lions 21.8.2017 Current Issue
HCN.org news in brief.
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The feds should stop meddling with Colorado’s sage grouse 18.8.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke’s attempts to undermine the 2015 sage grouse plans are an affront to Westerners who value collaboration and antithetical to established science.
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Under new Interior Department plan, sage grouse will suffer 15.8.2017 High Country News Most Recent
New policies will prioritize oil and gas leasing over habitat.
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Interior secretary wrong to disregard the needs of sage grouse 14.8.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
The move by the U.S. secretary of the interior to open more public land for development and institute instead a captive breeding program disregards the needs of this species and others.
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Interior’s new sage grouse recommendations at a glance 9.8.2017 High Country News Most Recent
Conservationist fear the plans will undo years of work.
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Trump team relaxes land-use rules for saving sage grouse, opening more of the West for fossil fuels development 8.8.2017 Denver Post: Business
Trump administration officials on Monday advanced an overhaul of land-use rules aimed at opening more of the West to fossil-fuels development, shifting the nation's strategy for saving imperiled sage grouse away from protecting habitat.
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The Preble’s proxy battle continues, but the mice have gone missing 28.7.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
Clinging to the Preble’s meadow jumping mouse at this stage hands Trump-era critics too useful a tool in the broader battle to protect wildlife and the environment.
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Hunt for Preble’s jumping mouse at Rocky Flats comes up empty 23.7.2017 Denver Post: Business
The hunt is on for the Preble's meadow jumping mouse -- and so is a Trump-backed fight that holds it up as proof the Endangered Species Act needs to be changed.
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Instead of cutting down trees to prevent fires, stop building homes in the forest 23.7.2017 Denver Post: Opinion
Leslie Brodhead made it sound like some kind of accomplishment to cut down healthy, naturally growing trees in what's supposed to be the wild (if it wasn't for homes like hers in the way).
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Jimmy Carter hospitalized while building homes in Canada 14.7.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Winnipeg, Manitoba • Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was treated at a hospital Thursday after becoming dehydrated while helping to build houses in Canada for Habitat for Humanity. The 92-year-old former president known for his post-presidential humanitarian work was taken to a hospital in Winnipeg as a precaution for rehydration, spokeswoman Deanna Congileo said. Habitat for Humanity CEO Jonathan Reckford said the former president did not appear to be in serious medical danger. “President Car...
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How biologists are working to keep the Great Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle off the endangered species list 25.6.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
If you protect an ecosystem, you protect everything inside it, including a hairy, green-headed beetle with a violin-shaped mark on its back, National Park Service biologist Fred Bunch says.
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