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Category: Specific Organisms :: Amphibians
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Western plant, toad get federal attention 17.9.2009 Durango Herald
RENO, Nev. - A rare plant found in three Western states warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act, and a toad found only in Nevada will be studied to determine if it deserves a similar status, federal officials announced last week.
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Zoo-bred frogs released near Payson 15.9.2009 azcentral.com | news
Threatened species to be monitored in new habitat.
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Genetic, Genital Damage in Montana Wildlife? 15.9.2009 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
Hard as it is to be a voice in the wilderness, Judy Hoy has been sounding an alarm in southwestern Montana for more than 13 years. Public officials haven’t been listening, she says. Hoy has been documenting changes—mutations, really—in various ungulate species like deer, publishing her findings in places like the Journal of Environmental Biology. Among her concerns: she’s seen malformed genitalia among male white-tailed deer, which could be the result of pesticide exposures, she theorizes.
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Genetic, Genital Damage in Montana Wildlife, Crusader Says 15.9.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Hard as it is to be a voice in the wilderness, Judy Hoy has been sounding an alarm in southwestern Montana for more than 13 years. Public officials haven't been listening, she says. Hoy has been documenting changesmutations, reallyin various ungulate species like deer, publishing her findings in places like the Journal of Environmental Biology. Among her concerns: she's seen malformed genitalia among male white-tailed deer, which could be the result of pesticide exposures, she theorizes.
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Western plant, toad gain federal attention 11.9.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Rare plant warrants protection, toad found only in Nevada will be studied
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Feds to review rare N.M. species 13.8.2009 Custom Search
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and conservationists have reached a settlement that requires the agency to review the status of a few plants and animals whose populations have been reduced to isolated pockets in the Southwest.
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Feds to review rare N.M. species 13.8.2009 Custom Search
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and conservationists have reached a settlement that requires the agency to review the status of a few plants and animals whose populations have been reduced to isolated pockets in the Southwest.
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Feds, Conservationists Reach Deal Over Species 13.8.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Feds, Conservationists Reach Deal Over Species
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UPDATED: Feds Agree To Review Status of Rare N.M. Species 13.8.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
UPDATED: Feds Agree To Review Status of Rare N.M. Species
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Group urges action to protect parks 9.8.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The federal government must take decisive action to avoid "a potentially catastrophic loss of animal and plant life," in the national parks, according to a new report that details the effects of global warming on the United States' most treasured public lands.
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Into the wild, eyes wide 4.7.2009 Denver Post: Lifestyles
When the Colorado summer unfolds, with its breathtaking vistas, diverse landscapes and wildflowers blooming in a symphony of color, it's a great time to discover the abundance of wildlife that makes the state such a special place.
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Feds: Frog May Need Protection in 19 States 2.7.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a spotted frog that lives in 19 Western states may need endangered species protections.
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Trash tarnishes riparian refuge 1.7.2009 azcentral.com | news
State, local and nature entities tout it as a sanctuary, but there's no consensus on who is in charge of maintaining the almost 200-acre riparian area, a problem exacerbated by funding cuts at every level.
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Beetle Hysteria Again 30.6.2009 NewWest.Net Wildland Fire
Beetle Hysteria Again
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Beetle Hysteria Again 30.6.2009 NewWest.Net Wildland Fire
A prominent article in the New York Times titled “Tiny Beetle Adds New Dynamic to Forest Fire Control Efforts” quotes many foresters and others who suggest that beetle-kill trees across the West will create larger wildfires and by implications are “destroying” our forests. But the underlying assumptions are all flawed.
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Beetle Hysteria Again 30.6.2009 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
A prominent article in the New York Times titled “Tiny Beetle Adds New Dynamic to Forest Fire Control Efforts” quotes many foresters and others who suggest that beetle-kill trees across the West will create larger wildfires and by implications are “destroying” our forests. But the underlying assumptions are all flawed.
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Beetle Hysteria Again 30.6.2009 NewWest.Net Environment
A prominent article in the New York Times titled “Tiny Beetle Adds New Dynamic to Forest Fire Control Efforts” quotes many foresters and others who suggest that beetle-kill trees across the West will create larger wildfires and by implications are “destroying” our forests. But the underlying assumptions are all flawed.
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Ever heard of these threatened critters? 28.6.2009 Vail Colorado: News
While some local residents said they were concerned about locally threatened critters, many had a hard time naming any other than the well-publicized Canada lynx
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Her disappearing world 23.6.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
The rainy season had just begun in northern Argentina in December 1989 when Martha (Marty) Crump, a herpetologist (or biologist who studies amphibians and reptiles) sat down on hard dirt by a pond to wait and watch until daybreak.
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Her disappearing world 23.6.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
The rainy season had just begun in northern Argentina in December 1989 when Martha (Marty) Crump, a herpetologist (or biologist who studies amphibians and reptiles) sat down on hard dirt by a pond to wait and watch until daybreak.
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