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North Dakota biologist trying to help butterflies
Washington Times
His data helps support an upcoming decision whether the skipper should be a candidate under the Endangered Species Act. ... Given the intense oil development, one would think, “There's no way on Earth, no way in the world they would survive,” he said.

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Planning Yard Projects for Next Year? Begin With a YardMap
Mother Earth News
With over 75% of endangered or threatened species occurring on private lands, the individual homeowner has the capacity to make a big difference in encouraging dynamic, native landscaping in place of non-functional lawn. So, keep a little lawn, the ...

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36-year-old Alabama Red Hills salamander discovered at the Cincinnati Zoo
AL.com
"That is awesome that salamander is still alive," said J.J. Apodaca, one of a small handful of scientists specializing in the endangered Red Hills salamander, Phaeognathus hubrichti, which is one of the rarest creatures in Alabama, and the nation ...

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Looking out for Mother Earth
LancasterOnline
Hudson notes that when he was a teen, respecting the environment was becoming popular — there was the first Earth Day, the Clean Water Act, the Endangered Species Act all in the span of a few years. “There seemed to be a broad … consensus that ...

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