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  • Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee Launches I&E Planning Effort

    In August, a lone hiker in Yellowstone National Park became the fourth person killed by a grizzly bear in the Yellowstone Ecosystem in the past 12 months.  Another lone hiker was killed by an adult male grizzly in June 2010, and a man sleeping alone was ...
  • Report Indicates Significance of Farm Bill Conservation Provisions

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimated that approximately 770,000 acres of grasslands on the Northern Great Plains were converted to cropland between 1997 and 2007.  USDA further estimated that, for the same region and period, approximately ...
  • Sunday Hunting Bill Gets Hearing in Pennsylvania

    The effort to end the prohibition of hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania will have its first public test this month, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.   On September 15, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ Game and Fisheries Committee w...
  • Duck Stamp Price Increase Gains Endorsement and Momentum

    Despite a tax-sensitive political climate and burgeoning fear of global recession, the fight to support and increase waterfowl conservation through revenue from the federal duck stamp is very much alive, reports the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI).  ...
  • Collaborators Receive Forest Habitat Leadership Award

    The Lyme Timber Company of Hanover, New Hampshire, and the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) received a Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Conservation Leadership Award for Biodiversity Research today for leading a project that is improving forest ha...