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Western wildlife's epic journey highlights survival and challenge

Western wildlife's epic journey highlights survival and challenge

Mule deer, pronghorn, and elk make complex and perilous migrations across Western landscapes, a journey crucial for their survival amid increasing human encroachments and environmental challenges.

Christine Peterson reports for High Country News.

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Biden boosts wildlife protection efforts previously dialed back

Biden boosts wildlife protection efforts previously dialed back

The Biden administration has reinstated protections for at-risk animals and plants, a pivot from previous policies.

Catrin Einhorn reports for The New York Times.

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Arctic wildlife faces dire challenges amid record heat and ecosystem changes

Arctic wildlife faces dire challenges amid record heat and ecosystem changes

The Arctic's rapid warming is causing significant shifts in ecosystems, posing severe threats to the region's wildlife.

Sharon Guynup reports for Mongabay.

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Australian wildlife adapts unusual cooling methods amid extreme heat

Australian wildlife adapts unusual cooling methods amid extreme heat

In response to rising temperatures, Australian native animals like kangaroos are adopting unique behaviors to stay cool.

Amelia Searson reports for ABC News.

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Finding balance in solar power development and wildlife preservation

As the U.S. forges ahead with solar energy expansion, a complex challenge emerges: how to balance this growth with the protection of vital wildlife habitats.

Catrin Einhorn reports for The New York Times.

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Patagonia spends $71 million on wildlife conservation and politics

$71 million of the clothing company’s earnings have been used since September 2022 to fund wildlife restoration, dam removal and Democratic groups.

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