A federal judge has revoked the release of a man convicted of conspiracy during last-year's armed occupation of a wildlife refuge in Oregon. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports (https://goo.gl/TQqu3L) that Darryl Thorn … Click to Continue »
The proposed wall, not yet funded, would slice through private property, including refuges for butterflies and wildlife.
I was itching to get out of the car and bird. My binoculars were on the seat right next to...
Ignoring impact on fragile ecosystems and waiving environmental regulations, the administration is moving forward
Cinnamon Teal When I was living in Madison, Wisconsin, in the mid-70s, George Harrison came to speak at a Madison Audubon meeting. This, of course, was George H. Harrison, there to speak about his new book, Roger Tory Peterson’s Dozen...Show More Summary
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is under assault for the sake of only a few months’ worth of oil.
A planned border wall in Hildago County, Tex., would create a sort of U.S. 'no man's land,' cutting off businesses, blocking endangered animals and slicing through a wildlife refuge.
According to The Monitor newspaper, the congressmen say cutting through the refuge "could do serious environmental and economic damage," and are calling for transparency.
A group of Texas Democratic congressmen are questioning preliminary plans to build a section of President Donald Trump's proposed border wall through a federal wildlife refuge. Federal officials have told … Click to Continue »
Have you ever melted down a penny? Used a power tool at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge? Sold jock itch cream without telling users to use it every day for two weeks? If so, congratulations, you've broken a federal law! The Twitter account @CrimeADay offers up, as it promises, one federal crime every day. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s border wall that Mexico will never pay for won’t do shit to stop the illegal border crossings that are actually already at a record low thanks in large part to the work of his predecessor, but according to a U.S. Fish...Show More Summary
This story originally appeared on ProPublica. This story was co-published with the Texas Tribune. US Customs and Border Protection will begin constructing the first segment of President Trump’s border wall in November through a national wildlife refuge, using money it’s already received from Congress. Show More Summary
By Kiah Collier / Texas Tribune and T. Christian Miller / ProPublica Customs and Border Protection indicates it will use its own funds to build 3-mile segment of wall amid one of the nation’s most cherished bird-watching locales.
Border Agency Set to Jumpstart Trump’s Wall in a Texas Wildlife Refuge This story was co-published with the Texas Tribune. U.S. Customs and Border Protection will begin constructing the first segment of President Trump’s border wall in November through a national wildlife refuge, using money...
Ready to fall asleep under a sky filled with stars? Raring to ditch the fast-moving, competitive world for unspoiled nature — at least for a few days? Maybe now’s the time to get away, go camping and be captivated by the nation’s national wildlife refuges. Show More Summary
Trump has big plans to help Big Oil in Alaska — including Arctic offshore drilling, the Salmon-destroying Pebble Mine, and of course, opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for more energy exploration (a wet dream of the GOP for almost 50 years). Show More Summary
Call it the Seinfeld defense : An attorney for a man who pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge says his client tested positive for morphine because he ate an "everything" bagel with poppy seeds. A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, on Monday ordered...
An attorney for a man who pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge says his client tested positive for morphine because he ate … Click to Continue »
This short film from Winged Reel features fly fishing in the remote areas of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
Sizable majorities in two key states – Arizonaand Colorado – oppose drilling in fish and wildlife-richrefuge MISSOULA, Mont. – Polls commissioned in Arizona and Colorado byBackcountry Hunters & Anglers show strong public opposition toenergy...Show More Summary