The U.S. Department of the Interior recently announced that the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission approved spending more than $3 million from the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund to protect an estimated 1,600 acres of waterfowl habitat on 3 units of the … Continued
Fee Free Day is Tuesday June 21, 2011 on all U.S. National Wildlife Refuges.
How to attract and sustain wildlife is an important issue for property owners across North America. Areas intended for wildlife range from setting aside a few feet in back yards to procurements of land tracts by conservation groups. In many … Continued
Combining Iñupiaq and Scientific Knowledge: Ecology in Northern Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, by Alex Whiting, David Griffith, Stephen Jewett, Lisa Clough, Will Ambrose, and Jeffrey Johnson, is a new book published by Alaska Sea Grant. It brings together traditional ecological knowledge … Continued
In May, the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee (ACRCC) released its 2011 Asian Carp Monitoring and Rapid Response Plan (MRRP), outlining an aggressive set of actions to track and remove Asian carp in the Upper Illinois River and the Chicago … Continued