- Correction: Zimbabwe-Lion Killed-3 Things story Updated: Jul-30-15 11:23 am
WASHINGTON - In a story July 29 about U.S. regulations and big game hunting, The Associated Press erroneously referred to The Human Society of the United States. It is The Humane Society of the United States.
- Planned US ivory rules not fazing California Chinatown shops Updated: Jul-28-15 2:41 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - Ivory dealers in San Francisco's Chinatown stood in their shop doors next to windows full of carved ivory tusks and trinkets, unfazed by proposed federal rules that the White House says go as far as possible to ban the U.S. trade of ivory from the world's endangered elephants.
- Summit to weigh endangered red wolf's plight as numbers drop Updated: Jul-21-15 1:32 pm
ST. LOUIS - Wolf experts from around the nation will be gathering this week to consider how to help the critically endangered red wolf.
- Fighting for black-footed ferrets Updated: Jul-16-15 11:16 am
POWELL, Wyoming - A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down," Mary Poppins said.
- Options considered to restore grizzly bear population Updated: Jul-11-15 11:08 am
EVERETT, Washington - People all over the world have weighed in on an effort to help ensure grizzly bears don't become extinct in the North Cascades.
- Wildlife Service says no plans to close Booth hatchery Updated: Jul-10-15 9:37 am
SPEARFISH, South Dakota - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has no plans to close the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives in South Dakota or move the archives to another location, an agency official said.
- Utah hunter who killed gray wolf won't be charged Updated: Jul-09-15 9:10 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A Utah hunter who killed the first gray wolf seen near the Grand Canyon in seven decades won't face criminal charges because he thought he was shooting a coyote, U.S. Fish and Wildlife announced Thursday.
- Rare Blanding's turtle could go on federal endangered list Updated: Jul-05-15 11:28 am
MINNEAPOLIS - The federal government is considering adding the Blanding's turtle to the endangered species list, as the yellow-throated reptile that once thrived throughout the Upper Midwest can now only be found in large numbers in parts of Minnesota and Nebraska.
- Maine getting $20K to research bat killing disease Updated: Jul-04-15 12:52 pm
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine is getting about $20,000 in federal money to research and address white-nose syndrome, a disease that sickens and kills little brown bats.