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Would predator bounties save turkeys?

The Wilson Post 04 Aug 2022
As wildlife officials scramble to find solutions to the state’s declining wild turkey population, Lebanon’s Clarence Dies has a suggestion. ... Dies has presented his bounty proposal to the Tennessee Fish & Game Commission, which sets the state’s wildlife regulations.
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Report: Climate change a challenge for Idaho wildlife

Lebanon Express 03 Aug 2022
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Climate change could make it more challenging to conserve and manage the state’s most at-risk fish, wildlife and plants, Idaho officials said. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game on Monday released its draft Idaho State Wildlife Action Plan that will guide its management actions for the next decade.
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South Sudan suspends dredging of Naam river, Sudd wetlands

Lebanon Express 11 Jul 2022
This was met with strong criticism from environmentalists, citizens and activists who said that the plan would result in environmental and economic catastrophe, drying up the country's White Nile river and the Sudd wetlands which farmers and local wildlife rely on ... Lebanon dad ...
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Bear cub rescued after getting head stuck in plastic jug

Lebanon Express 01 Jul 2022
(AP) — Wildlife biologists in Connecticut had to rescue a bear cub that got its head stuck in a plastic container, state wildlife officials said ... Wildlife biologists waited for the cub to come down from the tree it was perched in and then tranquilized it and removed the container.
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Conservation Heritage Museum opens

Herald-Standard 25 Jun 2022
Opened to the public on Saturday, June 25 at the Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area Visitor Center in Stevens, on the border of Lebanon and Lancaster counties, the new museum shows how stewardship of the state’s wildlife evolved — and continues to do so — over time.
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Norman E. Lamarre Obituary

Caledonian Record 24 Jun 2022
Norman E. Lamarre, 77, of Minard Hill Road, Groton, Vt., died on Saturday, June 18, 2022, surrounded by his loved ones in the comfort of his own home ... and Margaret F ... Norman enjoyed spending time at the family camp with Velma and watching the wildlife. He is predeceased by his parents and his younger brother Paul Lamarre of Lebanon, N.H ... John A ... ....
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Federal agencies reverse Trump limits on habitat protection

Lebanon Express 23 Jun 2022
A definition of “habitat” published in December 2020, shortly before Trump left office, restricted areas the government could identify as critical for particular wildlife ... Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service said it could hamper their mission to make science-based critical habitat decisions.
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Game Commission to open conservation museum at Middle Creek this month

Lancaster Online 16 Jun 2022
Chronicling the history of wildlife conservation in Pennsylvania, officials at the state Game Commission plan to open a new museum this month at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, which sits on the border of Lancaster and Lebanon counties ... .
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WTO talks down to the wire with no major deals yet in sight

Lebanon Express 16 Jun 2022
India was holding its ground, positioning itself as a leading voice for developing countries that have resisted what they perceive as high-handed demands by Western powers trying to protect the diversity of ocean wildlife and the innovations of their lucrative pharmaceutical industries.
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Rare butterfly tours for the public are back at Fort Indiantown Gap

Penn Live 08 Jun 2022
... July – after a pandemic-related hiatus of two years - at Fort Indiantown Gap in northern Lebanon County.
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Caney Fork River yields big sturgeon

The Wilson Post 02 Jun 2022
It was a 4 and a half-foot sturgeon, snagged in the tail by Newsome’s lure, and the battle was on ... Partner Chase Corbitt snapped a photo and it was released, as per Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency regulations. Newsome, who lives in Possum Town near Lebanon and works at Vanderbilt University Hospital, has been fishing since he was a kid ... ....
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2nd body recovered after boat capsizes on Colorado lake

Lebanon Express 31 May 2022
A Colorado Parks and Wildlife rescue team located the body Tuesday morning in 107 feet (32 meters) of water at Lake Pueblo State Park after an all-night search, the state agency said in a statement ... The survivors were treated for hyperthermia at hospitals, Colorado Parks and Wildlife said in a statement ... Resilient Lebanon charges into 5A semifinals.
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Abrupt high-level firings rock TWRA

The Wilson Post 31 May 2022
Three upper-level Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officials have been fired, including Deputy Director Chris Richardson of Lebanon, who had been considered a leading candidate to assume leadership of the Agency this fall. Reports of the terminations began circulating following a Tennessee Fish & Wildlife Commission meeting last week.
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Firefighters rescue 'Cinder' the elk calf from fire's ashes

Lebanon Express 26 May 2022
Lebanon couple accused of manslaughter after toddler drowns Lebanon man accused of assaulting woman with marijuana bong Lebanon police arrest man on suspicion of attempted murder State takes 2 Albany nurse licenses for failing to take drug tests Avian flu quarantines poultry in southern Linn County The same but more.
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COMMENTARY: Tennessee’s turkey troubles persist

The Wilson Post 26 May 2022
My cousin Jerry Hedgecoth, a retired Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer and expert turkey hunter who once guided celebrity Irlene Mandrell on a successful hunt, failed to bag a turkey this season for the first time in over 40 years ... Lebanon’s Clarence Dies, one of a ...

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In this photo, Feb. 27, 2022, taken from video provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy speaks to the nation in Kyiv, Ukraine. Russian state media is spreading false claims that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has fled Kyiv in what experts say is an effort to discourage Ukrainians and erode support for Ukraine around the globe.
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