Natural Resource Management

The Latest: Man injured in bear attack expected to recover

Jul 26, 2018

New Mexico officials say a man fatally shot a bear after he was attacked and bitten while walking his dogs

10th endangered rhino dies in Kenya after botched transfer

Jul 26, 2018

10th endangered rhino dies in Kenya after botched transfer; sole survivor attacked by lions

Man fatally shoots bear that bit him in New Mexico attack

Jul 26, 2018

New Mexico officials say a man fatally shot a bear after he was attacked and bitten while walking his dogs

The Latest: Arson arrest made in California wildfire

Jul 26, 2018

Authorities have arrested a man on suspicion of starting a wildfire east of Los Angeles that has burned five homes and threatens hundreds more

Defense: If FBI agent had fired, he wouldn't have missed

Jul 25, 2018

A government prosecutor says only one member of law enforcement was in position to fire a pair of shots that missed the spokesman for a group that took over an Oregon wildfire refuge in 2016, and it was FBI agent Joseph Astarita

11-year-old girl catches piranha relative in Oklahoma lake

Jul 25, 2018

An 11-year-old Oklahoma girl has a fish tale after catching a native South American fish with human-like teeth

Niagara Falls board sees improvement a year after discharge

Jul 24, 2018

The Niagara Falls Water Board says it has made changes to its wastewater treatment plant that should prevent any more discharges like one that altered the view of the Niagara River in front of tourists last summer

Report says Indonesia 'land swap' plan puts forests at risk

Jul 24, 2018

Researchers say Indonesian government "land swap" plan to give plantation companies new lands in exchange for restoring areas they destroyed could result in more tropical forests being cut down

Chinese turtle-smuggling flight attendants fined in LA

Jul 23, 2018

Two flight attendants for a Chinese airline were fined and ordered to leave the United States within 72 hours for attempting to smuggle dozens of spotted and box turtles in a carry-on bag from Los Angeles to China

Drought spurs extreme measure to protect West's wild horses

Jul 23, 2018

Volunteers and federal land managers are taking steps to protect wild horses amid harsh drought conditions in parts of the U.S. West.

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