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Tiger population can recover substantially, study reveals

Citing conservation efforts in Nepal and India, researchers say that tiger populations have increased by 31 per cent and 61 per cent respectively.

WA Conservation Council's anti-fracking campaign accused of misleading public

The WA Conservation Council has launched a new anti-fracking campaign to highlight the issue in the lead up to next year's election, but its comments ...

Driftwood Outdoors: WOLF school develops youth conservationists

Kylyn Luckfield, a WOLF school participant receives proper shooting instruction from Shawn Gamer, Missouri Department of Conservation resources ...

Progress : Award acknowledges conservation awareness in ag

This award comes with a $10,000 cash prize and “celebrates extraordinary achievement in voluntary conservation by private landowners.”.

WOLF school develops young conservationalists

The experience allows students to explore a curriculum of science through the context of nature and conservation. They attend class in a special ...

Tomblin talks Hobet at roundtable

Earl Ray Tomblin reported that the former Hobet mine site, which was purchased by Virginia Conservation Legacy Fund, is being reclaimed and sites ...

Report: Lesser prairie chicken conservation efforts succeeding

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, which oversees the Lesser Prairie-Chicken Range-wide Conservation Plan, said in its second ...



International Elephant Foundation Invites Proposals for Asian Elephant
1. International Elephant Foundation Invites Proposals for Asian Elephant. 2. Expert: Conservation programs likely issue in next farm bill. 3. Snyder County Sets Conservation Tour for April 28. more ... ...











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