Archive for the 'Refuge News Briefs' Category

Jul 17, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 07/17/11

Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia restores saltwater marsh, builds viewing boardwalk

Cottontail rabbit gets a hand at Rachel Carson NWR

Honey Prairie Fire has little swamp left to burn

‘Workamping’ gives outdoors enthusiasts seasonal jobs at parks and refuges

Refuge Ramble aims to get people of all ages out to explore nature

Jul 10, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 07/10/11

Revised wilderness plan for Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge draws 25,000 comments

Okefenokee NWR Fire Still Growing

Florida panther faces new danger: Its growing fearlessness

US Fish and Wildlife Service proposes more hunting in wildlife refuges

Jun 08, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 06/08/11

Coast Guard Investigating Oily Substance near Breton NWR

Lightning starts 2 new fires in Okefenokee

Cauliflower Coral Spawning Documented for First Time

Former refuge biologist returns as deputy refuge manager

Canadians acquire thousands of Alaska acres for rare earth minerals development near Kanuti NWR

May 26, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 05/26/11

Alligator River NWR Fire Now 65% Contained

Sec. Salazar Announces Plan to Spend $350,000 Connecting Metro Refuges to Rocky Mountain National Park

Potomac River NWR Law Enforcement Officer Honored for Saving DC-Area Woman

Videos of Okefenokee NWR Fire

May 13, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 05/13/11

Okefenokee NWR Fire Grows To 171 Sq. Miles

Gulf Coast Oil Spill Duck Assessment Lacked Leadership & Coherent Planning

Eaglets poke their heads from nest at Montezuma refuge for all to admire

Marin wildlife group blasts plan to kill non-native mice on Farallon Islands

Crane Chicks Hatch at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

Hidden cameras to spy on nesting sea turtles [...]

May 05, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 05/05/11

Green means go for new refuge Visitor Center at Necedah

Okefenokee fire still growing, but no threat to structures

New Sonoran pronghorn herds OK’d for Kofa NWR

Wildlife refuge lives up to its name for birds

Preservationists Fear For Egmont Key’s Future

Apr 27, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 04/27/11

Discover America’s best kept secrets

Boulder, Jefferson commissioners OK open space and parkway pact

Refuge visitors have fun learning about environmental awareness during Earth Day

Herrera says ‘defund Willapa dike removal’ at Willapa NWR

Losing, But Slowly, In Struggle To Fight Back The Sea

Apr 11, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 04/11/11

New ways to go wild: Port Louisa Natl. Wildlife Refuge adds new features

Santa Ana wildlife refuge still growing back from Alex flooding

Wildlife habitat benefits from huge Sierra snowpack

Different Drummers: Educating others about wildlife becomes second career for Upper Township man

Migratory birds return to Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge

Winthrop University lends helping hand to Santee National Wildlife [...]

Apr 05, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 04/05/11

Mountain lion documented at Laguna Atascosa NWR

USS Frank Cable, Guam National Wildlife Refuge Celebrate Trail Opening FRIDAY

Feds frustrated by hungry elk on Baca refuge

Swan’s long run at Turnbull Refuge ends on high note

Apr 01, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 04/01/11

A VP Interview with David Payer of ANWR

Bitter Lake refuge, Bottomless Lakes park earn recognition as important wetlands

Lawmaker proposes cutting Florida funding for Egmont Key

Research at Lake Alice NWR has shown high duck nesting success

Mar 21, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 03/21/11

Few ever see a wild Florida panther, but a photographer scores a trifecta

6th Grade Goes on a Wildlife Trip

Navy Base Becomes Wildlife Preserve

Trinity River Refuge Headquarters Ground Breaking Event Friday

On a mission to restore the Louisiana bayou

Column: PSE&G Wants Another Power Line Upgrade; Now’s The Time To Ask Questions

Mar 15, 2011

Refuge News Briefs - 03/15/11

Oldest Albatross Survives Tsunami Damage to Midway Atoll

Making Tracks: Florida Panther Week Kicks Off

Where the wild things are: Chicago’s backyard national refuge

Stockton Teams Up With Forsythe to Train Naturalists

Is The Florida Panther Up Next For Extinction?

US Fish and Wildlife Service approves 15-year conservation plan for W.Va. wildlife refuge

Sea-Level Rise Already Affects Wildlife