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I got a glimpse back millions of years, when they were covered by a giant sea. Then I experienced the forming of what's now the largest stand of tall grass prairie in America. That lesson included looking yards below the surface, to see how native
Pheasants Forever is hosting a habitat tour focusing on habitat diversity and the importance of native wildflowers and pollinator insects in raising successful broods of pheasants and quail. Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Mary Liz
An ambitious lifestyle project may soon gobble up Bangalore's last remaining grassland. If it materialises, the tourism department's project to build either a theme park or a film city will wipe out 300 acres of the Hesarghatta grassland on the
Fawns often bypass the nearest "escape cover" to seek out better habitats for shaking off predators, new research has found. Baby deer are more likely to survive if they use this selective technique rather than simply fleeing to the closest refuge.
Skeptics of what has been dismissed as a $24.5 million grass museum and folks who've not warmed to any part of the massive downtown redevelopment may never come around...The redevelopment, despite disappointments along the way, has turned out well.
Fire endangers over 25 lions in Amreli grassland '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Hiral Dave : Rajkot, Mon Apr 09 2012, 05:18 hrs As many as 28 Asiatic lions, including two one-month-old cubs, are feared to be in danger after a
Though most folks may not realize it, there are legions of outdoorsmen looking out for nature, but they do it behind the scenes and without much fanfare. And no, I'm not just talking about how hunters support wildlife through the purchase of licenses,
A pasturing province in Northwest China has earmarked 1.95 billion yuan ($309 million) for the restoration of degraded grasslands this year, local authorities said. The bulk of the fund will be spent on subsidizing herders who have observed pastoral
Bridie Smith February 22, 2012 Read later Land management technical officer Rod White at the Moolapio grasslands, near Geelong. S precious native grasslands have suffered ''death by a thousand cuts'' because state and federal legislation lacks the
Written by Associated press Filed Under National Forest officials are considering putting limits on visitors to the Pawnee National Grassland because of fire danger. Forest supervisor Glenn Casamassa says three fires have been reported over the past