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  • ... has not been seen in the wild since the 1990s. Still, wildlife biologists aren't ready to declare it extinct . At least not yet. ... Photo courtesy US Fish & Wildlife Service One of the California desert's most unlikely inhabitants is missing. The ...
  • ... as a cause of the Shoshone pupfish's apparent extinction , but it may well be that things were not as bleak as it had seemed ... Sorrells worked with the state Department of Fish and Wildlife , the Bureau of Land Management and the Desert Fishes Council ...
  • An endangered species of vole that scientists once thought had gone extinct will be going ... release some of the wild voles' captive-bred progeny back into their natural desert wetland habitat. ... the species in 1970. In 2014 a team of wildlife ecologists captured 20 of the tiny mammals and took them to a ...
  • Hotter temperatures, the extinction of Joshua trees, more dust storms, and more could become the new normal. ... released this month by the World Bank bears some upsetting news : without a redoubled commitment to reduce global greenhouse gas ...
  • Endangered species news hardly ever comes with happy endings. But on a popular tourist island off the California coast, a frankly endearing wildlife species has come back from the verge of extinction in the last decade, with a little ...
  • ... say the plaintiffs, BLM has neglected to monitor the wildlife impacts of activities from mining and grazing to off-road ... for these species already teetering on the brink of extinction ." Groups planning to join the Sierra Club in suing the BLM ...
  • News from the ominous Red List for at-risk and near- extinct animals ... /Flickr/ Creative Commons License The sad end of Lonesome George, the last remaining Pinta Island Galapagos Tortoise, is ... and subspecies that have been deemed at risk of extinction by a cooperating consortium of scientific organizations. ...
  • Could humans really drive themselves to extinction by changing the global climate? Maybe, but that's really the wrong ... Bats Last, McPherson suggested that Obama had turned his back on a 2009 global climate conference because he had inside information ...
  • ... of Hollywood dreams fuel the expectations of laid- back cultural atmosphere within an ecological paradise of Eden. Seen ... 2009 exhibition, "4<40: Four Antelope Valley Artists under Forty ." The experience of growing up wandering in a spacious desert ...
  • ... even in the best of years, and populations tend to die back as marshes along the Amargosa River dry up in summer. In this ... UC Berkeley, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife , the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ...

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