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U.S. to focus on bison restoration
By Matthew Brown
The Associated Press
U.S. officials will work to restore more large bison herds to Native American lands under a Friday order from Interior Secretary Deb Haaland that calls for the government to tap into Indigenous knowledge in its efforts to co...
Bucharest: After a 200 year absence, the European bison has been returned to southern Romania in the biggest reintroduction of the species to take place in Europe. The WWF and Rewilding Europe initiative saw 20 bison from several European countries brought to the Southern Carpathians in th...
Federal and state wildlife officials have reached an agreement that could lead to the reintroduction of wood bison, a species that inhabited Alaska before the 1900s.
Wood bison are listed as a U.S. endangered species and are found in the wild only in Canada.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://...
In this new biography by Stefan Bechtel, Hornaday's passion about conservation, and his role in the passage of wildlife protection laws is explored in detail.
Here is a promotional video for the book:
"Mr. Hornaday's War" is a long-overdue biography of William Temple Hornaday. He was complex, qu...