Natural Resource Management

Find an eagle feather? US law says don't take it. Cuomo did

Aug 12, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently told a story about grabbing a feather shed by an eagle after it swooped past his family's canoe during an outing on an Adirondack lake

5th lawsuit filed against EPA over 2015 mine waste spill

Aug 10, 2018

A fifth lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over a mine waste spill the agency inadvertently triggered in 2015, polluting rivers in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah

US wildlife officials eye ongoing Alaska seabird die-off

Aug 10, 2018

US wildlife officials are documenting a seabird die-off stretching hundreds of miles along the coast of Alaska.

Jury mulls case of FBI agent accused of lying about gunshots

Aug 10, 2018

The case of an FBI agent accused of lying about firing shots that missed a militia leader who participated in the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge has gone to a jury

2 new exotic species identified in the Great Lakes

Aug 9, 2018

Researchers say two new exotic zooplankton species have crept into the Great Lakes

Outgoing Yellowstone boss says he feels he was punished

Aug 9, 2018

National Park Service officials told Yellowstone's departing superintendent that he wasn't being forced out over a disagreement with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke

The Latest: Progress made on California's largest wildfire

Aug 9, 2018

Firefighters are making progress against the largest California wildfire ever recorded although thousands of homes and buildings remain threatened

Completion of Dakota Access oil pipeline study delayed

Aug 8, 2018

Federal officials say it will take about three more weeks to wrap up an environmental study of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline

Romania gov't says cull boar to contain swine fever

Aug 8, 2018

Romania's government has proposed culling tens of thousands of wild boar and other wild animals in what it says is a bid to contain African swine fever

Biggest blaze in California history challenges firefighters

Aug 7, 2018

Firefighters are struggling against rugged terrain, high winds and an August heat wave to slow the spread of the biggest wildfire ever recorded in California


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