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The “Little Five”

The “Little Five”

Maddi Higgins February 19, 2014 0

Go on a safari in Africa and you’ll hear plenty about the “Big 5.” The term originally referred to the top five species that hunters sought on their bucket list but has now evolved

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California Is the First State to Ban Lead Ammunition: Should All States Follow Suit?

California Is the First State to Ban Lead Ammunition: Should All States Follow Suit?

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 18, 2014 25

Kudos to California. Last October, it became the first state to ban lead ammunition for all types of hunting. The ban will benefit the state’s namesake condors, which nearly went extinct. In 1982, only

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Banner Year for Whales in Baja!

Banner Year for Whales in Baja!

Wendy Redal February 17, 2014 0

Early February census numbers indicate a record number of Pacific gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon this winter – the highest number since census keeping in the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve began in 1978.

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Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers

Ten Interesting Facts about Glaciers

Elissa Poma February 16, 2014 0

Glaciers creep their way across vast regions, spreading their hefty mass of hundreds of years of compacted snow and ice all swaths of land standing in their way.  Some glaciers appear dusty and rocky

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Video: UK Royalty Issues Plea to ‘Unite for Wildlife’

Video: UK Royalty Issues Plea to ‘Unite for Wildlife’

Tania Curry February 15, 2014 0

Prince Charles of Wales and William, Duke of Cambridge, recently issued six videos to urge the end of the illegal wildlife trade through the support of organizations who are working on the ground in

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7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

7 Photos of Animals in Love: A Tribute to Valentines Day

Ami Jones February 14, 2014 2

Valentines Day is upon us and it is a time to show those closest to us how much we truly love them. We have compiled a list of some of our favorite photos of

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