By Timothy Hurst on December 1, 2010
As members of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society celebrate the christening of their newest vessel in Fremantle, Australia, 5,000 miles to the north, the Japanese whaling fleet has yet to leave port, with the whalers’ factory ship still in port at Innoshima, Japan.
By Timothy Hurst on October 26, 2010
Why did the bison cross the road? To get the hell away from the 800-pound grizzly trying to eat him.
By Levi Novey on June 30, 2010
Because he couldn’t find state-level information on biodiversity, Levi Novey sets out to make his own map and resource that would help people find this information.
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By Timothy Hurst on October 8, 2009
A pending U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service plan would allow state game agents to shoot radio-collared mountain lions on the Kofa refuge for the purpose of limiting predation on bighorn sheep, prized by hunters.