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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Fish And Wildlife Service
A threatened flower called the Georgia aster that once flourished across the Southeast may find better protection now that a utility company, highway crews and local governments are promising steps to protect it.
The Obama administration said Thursday it is placing a grassland grouse known as the lesser prairie chicken on a list of threatened species, a move that could affect oil and gas drilling, wind farms and other activities in five central and southwestern states.
The annoying beeps from trucks backing up in a scrapyard and the throttling of a live rail line haven't dissuaded a pair of bald eagles from nesting for a second season on a desolate bluff above the din in Pittsburgh.
The FWS already is conducting “cutting-edge fish passage research” at the Bozeman center by observing two fish species, the sauger and the longnose dace, swim.
Canadian gray wolves are by all accounts thriving in the Northern Rocky Mountains and Great Lakes region, but getting the wolf's removal from the Endangered Species List won't be easy.
The polar bear landed back in the Obama administration's lap Monday after a federal judge ruled the Interior Department must conduct an environmental review before it can exclude climate change from its strategy in aiding the threatened species.
A five-inch reptile has enough power in its tiny claws to hurl thousands of Americans into unemployment lines. It shows how the greenie Obama administration places a higher value on sand-dune lizards than it does on domestic energy production and jobs.
The Obama administration wants us to believe that after last year's shellacking, it will really, really focus on jobs, but the announcements and new "pro-business" staff members are just window dressing. While no one is looking, it's continuing its job-killing policies.
Environmental red tape has at times ensnared the U.S. Border Patrol's efforts to gain control of parts of the U.S.-Mexico border, according to a draft government report that found agents sometimes take a back seat to protecting endangered species in the Southwest's national parks and forests.
On a stretch of barrier island without paved roads, the world is getting smaller each year for some of the last wild horses in the Eastern United States.
Green groups are fuming over a study that suggests that the greatest threat to the northern spotted owl may not be chain-saw-happy lumberjacks, but the owl's larger, more aggressive East Coast cousin.
In coming weeks, politicians and environmental activists will pat each other on the back to celebrate the recovery of the bald eagle and its removal from the Endangered Species List.