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  • ... 968-2473 (877-WNV-BIRD) or submitting a report online.The Back Forty is an environmental blog that reports on news through the lens of open space, land use and natural resources. ...
  • ... who blasted North Peak Wind's possible impact on wildlife . That opposition was partly responsible for E.ON's putting the ... of the project lauded E.ON's decision to back off. "This is great news ," said Rich Ravana, president of the Alliance for Desert Preservation. ...
  • ... have become used to this unexpected wilding. The fox squirrel shares with raccoons, possums, and skunks a tolerance for ... and starlings were set free by misguided bird fanciers back East who wanted American skies to look more English. (Crows brought ...
  • ... Mountain , butterflies went head-to-head with bulldozers. Forty years later the battle still rages. ... its way from the icy northern seas to the Antarctic (and back again), a round trip of nearly 45,000 miles; or the Gray whale, which ... put on hold in June 1976, following the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's announcement that the Mission Blue and San Bruno ...
  • ... Commons License A new report from a consortium of wildlife conservation organizations reveals that birds of America's deserts, ... United States' aridlands have been declining in population more steeply over recent years than birds elsewhere in the ...
  • A wildlife biologist suggests a San Diego County wind farm could spell the end of the region's failing eagle population . [scald=37998:kl_image_large_context {"additionalClasses":""}]A turbine at Altamont Pass in Northern California | Photo: Bonita de Boer/Flickr/Creative Commons ...
  • ... my hometown of San Bernardino made international news after two individuals unleashed a horrendous attack at the Inland ... to develop means of countering it directly. If we look back to the lessons learned during the Great Recession, we can see a ...
  • ... intense fires leaving "desolate moonscapes," some good news : even the "worst" fires may be good for wildlife in the long run. [scald=76743:kl_image_original_context ...
  • ... colony thrived. By 1856 San Bernardino's population of nearly 3,000 rivaled that of Los Angeles. It also generated its ... accomplish whatever appears conducive to their welfare." Back in Zion, however, Brigham Young greeted San Bernardino's ...
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has rebuffed an attempt by a conservative organization to reduce protection of an Endangered shrub that survives in only five small populations near Los Osos in San Luis Obispo County. [scald=49851:kl_image_original_context ...

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