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Topic - Wildlife Service
DTE Energy is opening up its Monroe Power Plant to visitors who can check out the bald eagles that spend their winters there.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Tuesday that federal officials want to hear from Colorado farmers and ranchers on their efforts to protect sage grouse as federal land managers consider ways to preserve the bird's habitat.
Despite an interruption from nature, construction for the new $6 million Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center in Soldotna is on schedule with the completion date set for the end of September.
Federal officials are barred from spending money on a Missouri River environmental study for a third straight year under a $1.1 trillion government-wide spending bill.
MONROE, Mich. (AP) — Honking geese soar overhead in a V formation, buffeted by bitter gusts off nearby Lake Erie, while flocks of mallards bob along the shore. Even blanketed in snow, the sprawling wetland in southeastern Michigan is a magnet for water birds — one reason a public-private project is underway to improve it.
Americans must no longer ignore false realities and double standards that threaten our health and prosperity.
Federal wildlife officials and police in Tupelo, Miss., are investigating the shooting of a circus elephant, and a $26,250 reward has been offered for information.
The White House announced Thursday the strategies - some new and some old - wildlife officials will use this year to defend the Great Lakes from an invasion of Asian carp.