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50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act: the Meaning of Wilderness by 10 American Authors

50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act: the Meaning of Wilderness by 10 American Authors

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 2, 2014 5

Tomorrow, September 3, 2014, will mark the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. In 1964, the bill that created the act passed the Senate by a vote of 73–12 and the House by 373–1. It’s

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Video of the Week: Celebrate 4th of July by Making This Adorable Bald Eagle Treats Recipe

Video of the Week: Celebrate 4th of July by Making This Adorable Bald Eagle Treats Recipe

Chris Miller July 3, 2014 0

Happy Fourth of July! What better way to wish the United States a happy birthday than with a tasty Bald Eagle Treat?  You can whip these up in a flash for your July 4th festivities this

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If Government Wildlife Numbers Are Routinely Overestimated, Should Trophy Hunting Be Outlawed?

If Government Wildlife Numbers Are Routinely Overestimated, Should Trophy Hunting Be Outlawed?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 12, 2013 27

Today around the world, with government conservation monies dwindling and severe staffing cutbacks, it stands to reason that wildlife management entities desperately need the funds that recreational hunters provide—not only to keep population numbers

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