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GLOBAL WARMING:

Big Climate Challenges Facing Small Mammals

Across the United States and around the world, climate change is threatening wildlife - big and small. Changes to our climate are destroying critical wildlife habitat, causing habitat ranges to shift, increasing incidence of pests and invasive species, decreasing available food and water, changing the chemistry of the ocean, and increasing the rate of species' extinction. 

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WILDLIFE CONSERVATION:

Losing Ground: Wildlife and Energy Development in the Powder River Basin

Hundreds of coal mining and oil and natural gas projects in the Powder River Basin area of Wyoming and Montana are destroying the habitat of some of the West's most beloved wildlife - including mule deer, pronghorn antelope, elk, and greater sage-grouse - and threaten the continued viability of these species in the region and its hunting culture, according to a new report by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the National Wildlife Federation. 

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CONNECTING KIDS WITH NATURE:

Nature Play & Learning Places

The guidelines, funded by the U.S. Forest Service and in partnership with the Natural Learning Initiative, are for those who create, manage or promote, the development of nature in everyday environments of children, youth and families, especially in urban and suburban communities.

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