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  • New Push for Renewable Energy on Public Lands

    The Obama Administration is moving rapidly on renewable energy development and targeting federal public lands and the Outer Continental Shelf for the siting of wind, solar and geothermal plants. The Department of the Interior (DOI) has made several moves ...
  • Virginia Launches Second-Generation State Quail Initiative

    The State of Virginia is moving to reclaim a leadership role in restoring wild northern bobwhites, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) is launching a new and improved statewide bobwhite initiati...
  • 75th North American Conference Will Address Strategic Transformation Workshop for State Wildlife Agency Leaders

    Leaders of state wildlife agencies often are thwarted when attempting to initiate change they see as necessary to position themselves strategically to meet the needs of 21st century wildlife management.   Although change is occurring, these agencies enc...
  • Great Outdoors America Report Targets Land and Water Conservation Fund Boost

    A panel comprised of 17 conservation and outdoor recreation leaders recently released “Great Outdoors America—Report of the Outdoor Resources Review Group.”  The report is a set of recommendations, along with extensive background information, aimed...
  • Renewable Energy: By the Numbers

    Renewable energy development has been a growth industry in recent years, but it accounts for less than 7 percent of the total consumption of energy (8.5 percent of electrical power) in the United States, reports the Wildlife Management Institute. Fifty-on...
  • Worth Reading

    The book previously reviewed was a really well-written exposé of the awful business of herptilenapping.  The worth-reading/review book for this month deals with other wildlife abuses, ranging from poaching walruses for their ivory and bears for their ga...