Archive for the 'Refuge News Briefs' Category

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 […]

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 […]

Mar 01, 2011

Refuge News Briefs – 03/01/11

USFWS denies Saginaw County permit to launch aerial larviciding at Shiawassee NWR Federal program gives families ‘nature prescriptions’ South Bay wetlands restoration brings together SD county residents Walmart gives $150,000 to benefit sea turtle habitat on Treasure Coast Costly fence on US-Mexico border is effective – only in hurting nature ‘Early Warming’: The real life, […]

Feb 15, 2011

Refuge News Briefs – 02/15/11

Prime Hook refuge dune repairs stalled Imperial wildlife refuge turns 70 Natural habitats at wildlife refuge getting gentler version of beach cleanup Bolton: Whooping crane killing wounds Alabama’s conservation progress Generous Donation by Cummer Family Adds 14 Acres to Lower Suwannee NWR Cleanup along Lake Road in Lacombe sees good turnout