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Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem (AP) 19.5.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - No. 286 had been a hopeful sign in this park's California condor restoration effort. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he was the old man of the program, living wild and nearly ready to breed. ...
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Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem 19.5.2009 AP National
PINNACLES NATIONAL MONUMENT, Calif. (AP) -- No. 286 had been a hopeful sign in this park's California condor restoration effort. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he was the old man of the program, living wild and nearly ready to breed....
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Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem 19.5.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
No. 286 had been a hopeful sign in this park's California condor restoration effort. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he was the old man of the program, living wild and nearly ready to breed.
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Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem 19.5.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
No. 286 had been a hopeful sign in this park's California condor restoration effort. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he was the old man of the program, living wild and nearly ready to breed.
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Historic San Jose ranch preserved in $16 million open space deal 19.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: Local News
Rancho San Vicente, a bucolic 966-acre property adjacent to Almaden Valley between Calero and Almaden Quicksilver county parks, helps create 15-mile long greenbelt through Silicon Valley
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Yellowstone's Buffalo: Hazing Photos and Frustrated Landowners 19.5.2009 Switchboard, from NRDC
Last Thursday, the Montana Department of Livestock (DOL) hazed more than 100 buffalo off the cattle-free Horse Butte peninsula in Montana to protect nonexistent cows.  (For more on this senseless hazing, see here, here, here, and here.) Ann Stovall is...
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Vail Valley books: Healing with horses 19.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Journalist Lisa Jones, who will be in the Vail Valley Tuesday, investigates a modern-day shaman
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Bob Dinneen: Time's Grunwald Grinds an Axe Against Biofuels 19.5.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
Far from being "rigged" in favor of biofuels, EPA's examination was rigged against biofuels and ignored petroleum products.
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Pasado's Safe Haven: Charity is force for animals 17.5.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Susan Michaels and Mark Steinway shared a dream.
California condor deaths shows lead still a problem 17.5.2009 San Jose Mercury News: California
PINNACLES NATIONAL MONUMENT — No. 286 was the old man of this park's California condor restoration program.
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Our Appetite for Animals Is Taking Us Toward Apocalypse 16.5.2009 AlterNet
Cutting your meat-eating habits is one of the most impactful ways you can prevent drastic changes to our climate.
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A rehab center is praised -- and vilified 16.5.2009 LA Times: Top News
Sunny Acres, operated by Dan de Vaul on his ranch west of the famed Madonna Inn, is seen by some as a needed haven for homeless addicts and by others as an eyesore and threat to health and safety. Dan de Vaul bumps along a dirt road in a beat-up Jeep on his 72-acre ranch just west of the city limits and pulls to a halt in front of two newly built garden ...
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Grazing Contract Goes to N.M. Researchers, Pueblo 16.5.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Grazing Contract Goes to N.M. Researchers, Pueblo
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Bison Hazed, Property Rights Trampled, Wildness Lost 16.5.2009 Switchboard, from NRDC
The allure of playing cowboy in a helicopter proved to be too much, so Montana Department of Livestock (DOL) agents jumped in their helicopter a day early and hazed more than 100 bison off the Horse Butte peninsula in Montana...
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Running from a Lie: Halt Horse Butte Hazing of Bison 16.5.2009 Switchboard, from NRDC
We got word that state and federal wildlife officials were unnecessarily hazing America's last genetically wild buffalo off of a peninsula west of Yellowstone National Park in Montana yesterday. I started pulling together a blog posting and about halfway...
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Ranchers seek license to destroy uncontacted tribe’s land in Paraguay 13.5.2009 ICT - Latin Indigenous
A Brazilian cattle-ranching company is seeking permission from Paraguay’s government to destroy forest inhabited by one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes.
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Ranchers seek license to destroy uncontacted tribe’s land in Paraguay 13.5.2009 ICT - global
A Brazilian cattle-ranching company is seeking permission from Paraguay’s government to destroy forest inhabited by one of the world’s last uncontacted tribes.
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A guide to organic restaurants, markets across the country 13.5.2009 Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Food
Your guide to organic restaurants and markets across the country.
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Holbrook wind turbines to deliver power 12.5.2009 Tucson Citizen
Thirty big wind machines rising off a little-used highway between Holbrook and Heber are a curiosity for now in a state that lags its neighbors in alternative energy. But that soon will change.
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Judge denies motion to dismiss grazing challenge 12.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
BOISE, Idaho » A judge has refused to dismiss and break apart a sweeping lawsuit accusing federal land managers of giving livestock grazing and energy development priority over protecting sage grouse habitat across millions of acres of public land in six western states.
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