Wildlife

Roosters No Longer Crow in Romanian Delta Village
October 17, 2005 12:00 AM - Sinisa Dragin and Bogdan Cristel, Reuters

Roosters no longer crow in the Romanian Danube delta village of Ceamurlia de Jos, where tens of thousands of birds have been culled on small poultry farms to contain an outbreak of deadly bird flu.

Invasive Plant Found in Alaska
October 14, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

An invasive plant that could overrun wetlands such as Potter Marsh and block salmon runs on the Kenai Peninsula has been found growing wild in Anchorage for the first time.

Eight Dolphins Seen in Lake Pontchartrain
October 14, 2005 12:00 AM - Janet McConnaughey, Associated Press

The manatees that grazed in Lake Pontchartrain before Hurricane Katrina haven't been seen since, but eight dolphins were leaping in the lake this week.

Experts Link N.M. Tree Die-Offs to Warming
October 13, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

Researchers believe the massive die-offs of New Mexico's state tree during 2002 and 2003 could be a harbinger of life in a warming world.

China Bear Bile Farmer Eaten by Own Animals
October 12, 2005 12:00 AM - Reuters

A Chinese man who raised bears to tap them for their bile, prized as a traditional medicine in Asia, has been killed and eaten by his animals, Xinhua news agency said on Tuesday.

San Diego May Soon See California Condors
October 12, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

California condors are expected to return soon to the skies over San Diego County, nearly a century after they disappeared. Scientists say condors released in Mexico three years ago have made exploratory flights within 15 miles of the United States, and they believe the birds will cross the border in the next few months.

Biologist Discovers New Species of Lizard
October 11, 2005 12:00 AM - Associated Press

What's black, white, red and green all over? It's something Avila University professor Robert Powell will announce sometime in December.

Conserving Through Conservancy: Managing Land and Wildlife in Namibia
October 10, 2005 12:00 AM - Jan Vertefeuille and Joanna Benn, WWF International

Flying into Windhoek, the capital of the southern African nation of Namibia, is like landing in a nature reserve. Located high on a central plateau, with the Auas Mountains serving as a backdrop, it is not uncommon to spot kudu and other antelope shortly upon arrival.

Study Shows Wyoming Gas Projects Harming Mule Deer
October 10, 2005 12:00 AM - Becky Bohrer, Associated Press

A new study suggests natural gas development in western Wyoming is forcing mule deer into less suitable winter range and affecting the animals' movements in an area known as the Pinedale Anticline.

Australia Rejects Crocodile Safari Hunt Plan
October 7, 2005 12:00 AM - Reuters

Australia has rejected a plan to allow crocodile safari hunting in the country's north where the reptiles killed two men in separate attacks last week. Crocodiles were declared a protected species in 1971 when their numbers fell to about 5,000, but since then their population in the Northern Territory has exploded to around 70,000 in the wild with another 18,000 in six crocodiles farms.

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