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"federal wildlife" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That stretch all along Georgia's coast and barrier islands aren't just pretty landscapes for boating and bird watching They're an essential line of defense The marshes and especially their tenacious grasses help prevent coastal erosion and slow down storms and their incredibly resistant to drought That is as long as they've got help from a particular kind of mollusk called ribbed muscles They're sort of like an armor that protects marshes from the big climate effects Mark hansel with the Virginia institute of marine science has spent years doing research on sapelo island Clusters of ribbed muscles help more stresses retain moisture so they can withstand drought and the marsh can bounce back afterward Until the feral hogs trample in and devour the muscles So hogs specifically target muscle rich areas When they do that muscles are basically totally eradicated from the area Hensel's new research shows that marshes invaded by hogs are up to three times slower to recover from drought and they're far more vulnerable to sea level rise The only solution is to get rid of the hogs but they've been around since Spanish colonizers brought them centuries ago and have proven tough to eradicate David Mixon with the department of natural resources says they've ramped up their efforts to control the coastal hog population in recent years Federal wildlife officials have even taken to the sky hunting hogs from helicopters And when you find groups of mountain to Mars they're in an area where they can safely eliminate nearly that whole group Still hog populations are booming throughout the southeast wreaking havoc as they spread Emily Jones W ABE news There's more local news at our website W ABE dot org This is W ABE news.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The foreign relations committee could send legislation to the senate floor to repeal several presidential war powers. In the coming days clottey ellis. Npr news washington managed to move past a lackluster open and the session on a high note the dow was up two hundred seventy eight points. This is npr white house. Press secretary jen. Psaki criticized policies in states like texas and florida that moved a block employers and proprietors from implementing mask or vaccine requirements to curb the corona virus. Those two states are among several facing surging cases from the delta variant by president bind today spoke about the us strategy to slow the spread of the coronavirus at home and abroad noting. We're all in this together earlier. The white house announced the chip more than one hundred and ten million doses of covered nineteen vaccine to more than sixty countries. Federal wildlife officials are proposing protections for emperor penguins under the endangered species act and bureau's nathan reports. The much celebrated bird is losing its habitat as the climate warms and sea. Ice melts polar. Bears have long been the unofficial poster species of the climate crisis. But they're not the only polar species being threatened by shrinking ceus emperor penguins. The largest living penguin species form breeding colonies feed and seek protection from predators on floating around antarctica. Currently their populations are still robust but the us fish and wildlife service warns that with global temperatures increasing and carbon emissions continuing worldwide. This species is in danger of extinction across much of its range in the foreseeable future. It's recommending the species be listed as threatened which we give them some protections but not slow global warming nathan rot. Npr news futures prices moved lower down just under one percent today to settle at seventy fifty six a barrel in new york. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington. The pandemic has changed the way we work socialize and bring life into the world on. Npr's consider this we're looking at pregnancy. During the pandemic we'll talk about vaccine confusion how to parent in isolation and so much more listened to the consider. This podcast from npr..

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Months and there's still a lot of unexplored territory that's true in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven federal wildlife authorities discovered an entire herd of canadian wood bison which had been previously considered extinct. It's also possible that like many animals sasquatch is hide when they're sick or injured which would make a lot harder for people to find a body that sad people have likely lived in the americas for tens of thousands of years. With those odds. You'd think someone would have stumbled on him. Bigfoot corpse by now unless they bury their dead as far as we know. Mortuary practices began with neanderthals. Less than one hundred thousand years ago some paleoanthropologists consider burial to be a mark of advanced intelligence before that point family members were simply left to rot. Unfortunately wilson zone research cast doubt on the sasquatch burial theory. Bigfoot doesn't seem intelligent enough to ensure their dead they don't even seem to have primitive technology. Eye-witnesses almost never mentioned sasquatch is using hunting tools or fire things that existed long before funerals. An anthropologist named dr grover krantz estimated that the average big foot was smarter than a guerrilla but far less intelligent than a human or even a neanderthal. The truth is we won't know exactly how clever sasquatch is our until primatology can study one up close until that happens. There's no way to adequately gauge their mental abilities. Especially since they're notoriously shy around people even without access to a live specimen sasquatch researchers have deduced a lot from the other clues they've allegedly left behind for example last time we discussed how dr krantz analyzed the depth of the sasquatch footprint to determine its weight also the human like shape allowed him to place the species in her own evolutionary time line and sometimes sess kuala gis getting more to work with than just muddy tracks in recent years. Dna sequencing has made it possible to buy animals from the smallest clues. A veterinarian named dr melba ketchum was uniquely positioned to prove big foot's existence to the world since she ran a genetic testing company. I she collected of samples of suspected bigfoot. Blood hair and skin then. She picked the most promising tissues and compared their dna with other known species on february thirteenth. Two thousand thirteen. She published a paper. Alleging that sasquatch is were even more closely related to humans than anyone had realized she claimed that bigfoot was descended from an unknown primate and a human catch him stated that somewhere in our distant past homo sapiens had made it with another hamad and that had created a new hybrid species bigfoot. Unfortunately kitchens worked in. Stand up to scrutiny. She published in an online only with an amateurish. Website the only paper listed was her own and a quick look at our testing companies profile on the better business bureau site reveals further issues. Customers claim she charged the money for tests she never performed then refused issue refunds. In fact a british geneticist named bryan sykes studied who work and concluded the ketchum had accidentally contaminated or samples in his book. Bigfoot yeti the last neanderthal. He claimed that her results were the product of sloppy science. That's an people. Keep finding new samples every year. So it's possible. One will eventually turn.

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New Idaho Law Calls For Killing 90% of State's Wolves

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 1 year ago

New Idaho Law Calls For Killing 90% of State's Wolves

"Conservative lockers in. Idaho montana are going after wolves in those states New laws call for killing more than thousand wolves and paying people to shoot them to boise. State public radio's troy oppy. Says the laws passed despite objections from local wildlife managers twenty five years ago. Federal wildlife officials re introduced wolves to idaho. They did well enough that ten years ago the animal came off the endangered species list since then hunters have legally killed hundreds every year. Idaho's current wolf population is about fifteen hundred and that's way too many for state lawmakers. Dorothy moon you know when they are so fearless that they are now walking down the center of a dirt road. That means there's too many of them moon and many others don't like how some of the state's prized herds of elk have become smaller since wolves returned but biologists michael lucid formerly with idaho department of fish and game says big herds of elk don't necessarily indicate healthy ecosystems on points of having lows in the ecosystem is to have a reasonable number of them in Perform their roles as predators keeping elk other prey wild animals and doing things like reducing disease and colon older and weaker members of those hurts. Lucid helped write. Idaho's wolf management plan informed by studies showing positive ecological impacts from returning wolves to yellowstone national park and other locations but lawmakers have a different idea. What a reasonable number of wolves is idaho's new law calls for killing up to ninety percent of them again lawmaker. dorothy moon. who's central idaho. District includes wolves and some of their prime habitat. We've got to get this in check. And i'll do respect fish and game. They need this help. That help means giving wolf hunters the right to do things that are illegal. When pursuing other animals like using night vision goggles killing wolf pups in their dens and chasing wolves with motorized

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Attorneys say Joe Exotic of 'Tiger King' wants new trial

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Attorneys say Joe Exotic of 'Tiger King' wants new trial

"The so called Tiger King has found new attorneys who say they plan to file a motion for a new trial in a few months. Here's Margot Murano, the former attorneys for Joseph Maldonado passage where federal public defenders passages the former operator of the winning would animal Park sent to prison for a failed murder for hire plot and for violating federal wildlife laws. His new attorneys say their motion for a new trial will rely on footage from the popular Netflix

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Wind power company vows to help save critically endangered California condor

All Things Considered

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Wind power company vows to help save critically endangered California condor

"Federal wildlife authorities could taken unprecedented step by helping a wind energy company Breed in danger. California condors The hatchlings would be meant to replace condors killed by wind turbines, all with birds have made a comeback from near extinction. There are worries States. Growing wind energy sector could pose a new threat. Kcrw's Dural sac's been fills us in power company even grid is behind the plan. It operates a wind farm in current counties to Hatch, a P Mountains Prime Condor country. None of the birds have been killed by even grids turbines so far, but the company predicts that two birds will die over a 30 year period, along with their chicks or eggs, according to the L A Times. To avoid penalties even greatest. Proposing to essentially make up condors. The company would spend about half a million dollars over five years to raise six of the birds at an Oregon zoo. Efficient wildlife services on board, as is theater, Bon Society, and some environmental groups say the plan doesn't go far enough, and the company should have to put up more money for condor

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Game is really simple. I share three quotes from the week and you gotta guess who said it? This is not formal at all there. No buzzers just yell the answer out. I'm a really bad score keeper, So I'll probably forget who wins anyway, and there's no prize. So it's all good. Great already. Here is the first quote. I was too innocent and too gay to deserve a pardon from Trump. Who said that? My God. Um, it was Joe exotic. The Tiger King. Yes. Itwas Yes. Itwas So the Netflix star Joe exotic star of Netflix is Tiger cane. He was rumored to possibly beginning a pardon from Trump this week in that last minute. Pardon push, but it didn't get one. But he was so ready for the party and y'all. He had a stretch limo parked outside of his prison in Fort Worth, Texas. I heard that he was he could have been pardoned. Yeah, he had a hair and wardrobe team on standby. Oh, no. And that was Lacey. By the way. Who answered? Okay, so I should get the point. Thank you. You don't know sisters helping sisters. So Lacey gets that point s O. He was sentenced last year. Joe exotic to 22 years in federal prison for violating federal wildlife laws, which anyone who saw that your Tiger Kane would have known He was mean to those tigers. But he also took part in that failed murder for hire plot targeting his rival, Carole Baskin, who runs a sanctuary for big cats do job. Harold Best and Cleaver. That's what he called his words knowing. Okay, I just love how the Joe exotic plotline will never die. We'll be talking about Joe exotic. Every president from now. Yeah, we will. Maybe he'll be pardoned. Okay. This next one is fill in the blank. Life size cardboard cutout of blank from inside, Ben Affleck's residents was seen being thrown out into a trash can Mm kind of, say. From? I don't know. No, This was a big break up of the week. Oh,.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KTOK

"Latest in a string of federal executions took place early this morning in Indiana, Fox is Jack Callahan. Reports Dustin Higgs used his last words to proclaim he was an innocent man had been convicted of kidnapping three young women in 1996, driving them to a remote area in a federal wildlife refuge, handing another man a gun and ordering their deaths. A woman's loud sobs were heard from the family witness room. Is the lethal injection took effect and Higgs eyes rolled back. His lawyers argued it was arbitrary and inequitable to execute Higgs while the gunman was spared the death sentence. Higgs, the 13th federal inmate, executed since July following a 17 year hiatus. President elect Biden has said he'll seek a ban on federal executions. Jack Callahan Fox News. The State Department is harshly criticizing China's handling of the Corona virus. Well for more than a year, the Chinese Communist Party CCP has systematically prevented a transparent and thorough investigation of the cove in 19 pandemics, origin. Choosing instead to devote enormous resource is to deceit and disinformation functions. Lucas Tomlinson, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, says the U. S. Has reason to believe. Several researchers in Wuhan became sick before the first identified case of the outbreak. Officers with the NYPD who are also trained. Paramedics are now giving covert 19 vaccinations at public housing projects. Vices scary bomb Garden reports. City Hall says it's all hands on deck in New York's efforts to get Shots into his many arms is possible. The decision to use cops to vaccinate people follows the department's success in vaccinating officers. But the president of the police union says cops should be focusing on other tasks like making sure New York is secure. During the inauguration in New York. Gary Bomb.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"There are no needles involved at any point in the process, and he's done a super job. Helping her. Go see Dr Daniel Slaughter. 5126010303 Shoot out near Sacramento has left a police officer wounded and a suspect dead. Fox 40 is reporting that a second suspect was taken into custody after shots rang out in a residential neighborhood. Residents were advised to stay inside and lock their doors. Three federal executions in one week. The latest happened early this morning in Indiana, Dustin Higgs used his last words to proclaim he was an innocent man had been convicted of kidnapping three young women in 1996, driving them to a remote area in a federal wildlife refuge, handing another man a gun and ordering their deaths. A woman's loud sobs were heard from the family witness room. Is the lethal injection took effect and Higgs eyes rolled back. His lawyers argued It was arbitrary and inequitable to execute Higgs while the gunman was spared the death sentence. Pigs the 13th federal inmate executed since July following a 17 year hiatus. President elect Biden has said he'll seek a ban on federal executions. Jack Callahan. Fox News. The rollout of Corona virus vaccines varies greatly from state to state in Texas. More than a million shots have already been administered, while California is among the state's lagging behind. In an attempt to speed things up. California essentially overhauled its vaccine distribution program. Previously under the strict tiered system, the focus was on getting all health care providers vaccinated first. State now has restructured it to allow people 65 older to get the shot. Fox's Jeff Paul governors in some states were complaining that doses promised to them from the federal stockpile are no longer available. He's not out of the woods yet. But music icon Dr Dre is reportedly out of the hospital after suffering a suspected brain aneurysm. TMZ says the rap mogul will have 24 hour medical care at his home. I'm Hamptons. Oh, and this is Fox names. Thistles news, Radio K L B.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"S's a trunk sale. That's what it is. All right. Let's meet our contestants. Today. It is Amy and Woodlawn. Good morning, Amy. Morning. Would you like to go 1st 2nd or last this morning? I doesn't matter. I'll go first. Are you gonna go first? Okay. That's the luck to you. Here are your story story. One and incoming member of Congress petition House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to stop distributing a Chinese communist propaganda paper. All House offices on Capitol Hill. Actually, Henson was elected November, said she is a polled that lawmakers receive unsolicited copies of China Daily. A Chinese state controlled newspaper story to federal wildlife authorities are searching for a person or persons responsible. We're carving the word trump into humanity's back in Florida. This isn't one of the Citrus County Chronicle story story. Three A. Um, A former Secret Service agent assigned to Joe Biden has now left the service says that the next president is often detached, his mind wanders. He sleeps most of the day. Darren Waller also claims that Jill Biden is actually making all the decisions for her husband story one of my girls 1000. Little maker wants China.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Program is funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. It's aimed is to attract skilled motivated people to liven up the city and juice its economy. Ben Stewart is the interim director since inception two plus years ago. Program has brought nearly 500 members to Tulsa and interest has surged during the pandemic. We've seen applications over the course of the last six months increase Up to three fold. Other regions also see an opportunity in the shift to remote work like Northwest Arkansas. It's home to Walmart, the University of Arkansas and the surrounded by lakes and mountains, like in the TV show, Ozark The Northwest Arkansas pitch come live here and we'll give you $10,000 and a bicycle bicycle. Bentonville, one of the city's in northwest Arkansas, as proclaimed itself, the mountain biking capital of the world, and a lot of experts would not disagree with that. Nelson Peacock is the president and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas counsel. The region started its initiative after the pandemic started when Cho vid took place. We really saw people re evaluating their lifestyle and what they saw was important and we felt that we needed to take advantage of that. The effort is partially funded by the Walton Family Foundation of Financial supporter of NPR. For those pondering a move to Northwest Arkansas, Peacock says. It's not just the outdoors. There's culture atop Museum of American Art. And it's monumentally cheaper than, for example, San Francisco say you make 150,000 pretty good. It's comparable to $63,000 is what you would need to have the same lifestyle here. That's some pretty serious savings, but the same lifestyle moving from San Francisco to northwest Arkansas or Tulsa, Oklahoma. To Lisa Garland says her new neighborhood and Tulsa. It's progressive politically and doesn't feel that different from her old hometown, Berkeley to other parts of the city. Yeah, it's very, very, very different from Berkeley from San Francisco from the Bay Area, and so's much the rest of the state. Oklahoma is one of the reddest states in the country. Garland is a Democrat. And she's actually looking forward to meeting people with different views, especially in these challenging political times. You have to see what the other side and so I think that living in this city, it will give me an opportunity to kind of have a better understanding of The other side of things. And so I think it's actually very exciting where we Berliner NPR News, one of the most notable insects in North America is in trouble. Federal wildlife officials announced today that Monarch butterflies deserve protection under the Endangered Species Act. But they won't get it. Why not? NPR's Nathan Rott explains what the U. S Fish and Wildlife Service said today is that declines in monarch butterfly populations are so severe that they do warrant federal protections. But they're precluded from getting them because of limited resource is Be kind of like your dentist saying, Yeah, you need to get that cavity filled. But we've only got so many fillings so get in line and the line for monarchs is long. The Fish and Wildlife Service says 161 other species have priority nationally. Which makes today's announcement bittersweet for people like Serena Jepson. On one hand, I'm really happy to see that while they service recognizes that monarchs are threatened with extinction on the other, they're not doing much about it. Jepson is with the Tzar See Center for Invertebrate conservation, which helps count monarch populations every year, and the trend line, she says, is alarming. I really don't think that monarchs can wait indefinitely for protection. As recently as the 19 nineties, there were millions of monarch butterflies fluttering through backyards and across fields in the U. S. You've probably seen them and they're recognizable Rust Orange wings, But the eastern population of monarch butterflies has declined by 80% since the mid nineties, the western population which winters in Central California. Has dropped even further. Actually, just this year we're seeing potentially the collapse of the Western population. Federal wildlife officials are asking the public to help by planting milkweed and using less insecticide. Also review the monarch butterfly status every year. But the decision is still frustrating to Jake League who specializes an endangered species at the Environmental Policy Innovation Center. If you've already done like 90% of the work to make a wanted finding, we'll just do the remaining 10% and get it done by putting a listing awfully says it will not only cost more time but money. With the extinction crisis. Worsening money for biodiversity will be in short supply. Nathan Rott NPR news for college bound high school seniors. The pandemic has taken campus tours and even some admissions exams off the.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KCRW

"It's aimed is to attract skilled motivated people to liven up the city and juice its economy. And Stewart is the interim director since inception two plus years ago, the program has brought nearly 500 members to Tulsa and interest has surged during the pandemic. We've seen applications over the course of the last six months. Increase up to three fold. Other regions also see an opportunity in the shift to remote work like Northwest Arkansas. It's home to WalMart, the University of Arkansas. And it's surrounded by lakes and mountains, like in the TV show, Ozark, the Northwest Arkansas pitch come live here and we'll give you $10,000 and a bicycle. Bicycle. Bentonville, one of the city's in northwest Arkansas, has proclaimed itself the mountain biking capital of the world, and a lot of experts would not disagree with that. Nelson Peacock is the president and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas counsel. The region started its initiative after the pandemic started when Cove it took place. We really saw people re evaluating their lifestyle and what they saw was important and we felt that we needed to take advantage of that. The effort is partially funded by the Walton Family Foundation of Financial supporter of NPR. For those pondering a move to Northwest Arkansas, Peacock says. It's not just the outdoors. There's culture Top Museum of American Art And it's monumentally cheaper than, for example, San Francisco say you make 150,000 pretty good. It's comparable to $63,000 is what you would need to have the same lifestyle here. That's some pretty serious savings, but the same lifestyle moving from San Francisco Toe northwest Arkansas or Tulsa, Oklahoma. To Lisa Garland says her new neighborhood and Tulsa. It's progressive politically and doesn't feel that different from her old hometown, Berkeley to other parts of the city. Yeah, it's very, very, very different from Berkeley from San Francisco from the Bay Area, and so's much the rest of the state. Oklahoma is one of the reddest states in the country. Growing is a Democrat, and she's actually looking forward to meeting people with different views, especially in these challenging political times. You have to see what the other side and so I think that living in this city will give me an opportunity to kind of have a better understanding of The other side of things. And so I think it's actually very exciting where we Berliner NPR News, One of the most notable insects in North America is in trouble. Federal Wildlife officials announced today that Monarch butterflies deserve protection under the Endangered Species Act, but they won't get it. Why not? NPR's Nathan Rott explains. What the U. S Fish and Wildlife Service said today is that declines in monarch butterfly populations are so severe that they do warrant federal protections. But they're precluded from getting them because of limited resource is Be kind of like your dentist saying, Yeah, you need to get that cavity filled. But we've only got so many fillings so get in line and the line for monarchs is long. The Fish and Wildlife Service says 161 other species have priority nationally. Which makes today's announcement bittersweet for people like Serena Jepson. On one hand, I'm really happy to see that while they service recognizes that monarchs are threatened with extinction on the other, they're not doing much about it. Jepson is with the Tzar See Center for Invertebrate conservation, which helps count monarch populations every year, and the trend line, she says, is alarming. I really don't think that monarchs can wait indefinitely for protection. As recently as the 19 nineties, there were millions of monarch butterflies fluttering through backyards and across fields in the U. S. You've probably seen them and they're recognizable Rust Orange wings, But the eastern population of monarch butterflies has declined by 80% since the mid nineties, the western population which winters in Central California. Has dropped even further. Actually, just this year we're seeing potentially the collapse of the Western population. Federal wildlife officials are asking the public to help by planting milkweed and using less insecticide. Also review the monarch butterfly status every year. But the decision is still frustrating to Jake Leak who specializes an endangered species at the Environmental Policy Innovation Center. If you've already done like 90% of the work to make a wanted finding, we'll just do the remaining 10% and get it done by putting a listing awfully says it will not only cost more time but money. With the extinction crisis. Worsening money for biodiversity will be in short supply. Nathan Rott NPR news For college bound high school seniors. The pandemic has taken campus tours and even some admissions exams.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's aimed is to attract skilled motivated people to liven up the city and juice its economy. And Stewart is the interim director since inception two plus years ago, the program has brought nearly 500 members to Tulsa and interest has surged during the pandemic. We've seen applications over the course of the last six months. Increase up to three fold. Other regions also see an opportunity in the shift to remote work like Northwest Arkansas. It's home to WalMart, the University of Arkansas. And it's surrounded by lakes and mountains, like in the TV show, Ozark The Northwest Arkansas pitch come live here and we'll give you $10,000 and a bicycle bicycle. Bentonville, one of the city's in northwest Arkansas, as proclaimed itself, the mountain biking capital of the world, and a lot of experts would not disagree with that. Nelson Peacock is the president and CEO of the Northwest Arkansas counsel. The region started its initiative after the pandemic started. When Cho vid took place We really saw people reevaluating their lifestyle and what they saw is important and We felt that we needed to take advantage of that. The effort is partially funded by the Walton Family Foundation of financial supporter of NPR for those pondering a move to northwest Arkansas. Peacock says. It's not just the outdoors. There's culture atop Museum of American Art. And it's monumentally cheaper than, for example, San Francisco say you make 150,000 pretty good. It's comparable to $63,000 is what you would need to have the same lifestyle here. That's some pretty serious savings, but the same lifestyle moving from San Francisco Toe northwest Arkansas or Tulsa, Oklahoma. To Lisa Garland says her new neighborhood and Tulsa. It's progressive politically and doesn't feel that different from her old hometown, Berkeley to other parts of the city. Yeah, it's very, very, very different from Berkeley from San Francisco from the Bay Area, and so's much the rest of the state. Oklahoma is one of the reddest states in the country. Garland is a Democrat. And she's actually looking forward to meeting people with different views, especially in these challenging political times. You have to see what the other side and so I think that living in this city will give me an opportunity to kind of have a better understanding of The other side of things. And so I think it's actually very exciting where we Berliner NPR News, One of the most notable insects in North America is in trouble. Federal Wildlife officials announced today that Monarch butterflies deserve protection under the Endangered Species Act, but they won't get it. Why not? NPR's Nathan Rott explains. What the U. S Fish and Wildlife Service said today is that declines in monarch butterfly populations are so severe that they do warrant federal protections. But they're precluded from getting them because of limited resource is Be kind of like your Dennis saying, Yeah, you need to get that cavity filled. But we've only got so many fillings so get in line and the line for monarchs is long. The Fish and Wildlife Service says 161 other species have priority nationally. Which makes today's announcement bittersweet for people like Serena Jepson. On one hand, I'm really happy to see that the wildlife Service recognizes that monarchs are threatened with extinction on the other. They're not doing much about it. Jepson is with the Tzar See Center for Invertebrate conservation, which helps count monarch populations every year, and the trend line, she says, is alarming. I really don't think that monarchs can wait indefinitely for protection. As recently as the 19 nineties, there were millions of monarch butterflies fluttering through backyards and across fields in the U. S. You've probably seen them and they're recognizable Rust Orange wings, But the eastern population of monarch butterflies has declined by 80% since the mid nineties, the western population which winters in Central California. Has dropped even further. Actually, just this year we're seeing potentially the collapse of the Western population. Federal wildlife officials are asking the public to help by planting milkweed and using less insecticide. Also review the monarch butterfly status every year. But the decision is still frustrating to Jake Leak who specializes an endangered species at the Environmental Policy Innovation Center. If you've already done like 90% of the work to make a wanted finding, we'll just do the remaining 10% and get it done by putting the listing awfully says it will not only cost more time but money. With the extinction crisis. Worsening money for biodiversity will be in short supply. Nathan Rott NPR news For.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Extremely large numbers in the 15. More than six million people are under flash flood watches from Louisiana to Arkansas. A man who led an armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon has been arrested at the Idaho state Capitol. NPR's Kirk Stigmata reports Aman Bundy is facing trespassing and other charges stemming from an apparent protests over Corona virus legislation. Bundy refused to leave a hearing room when state police ordered it to be clear. Now he was apparently sitting in an office swivel chair in his black cowboy hat and blazer. Police, then handcuffed him and literally rolled him outside of the capital onto the street and into an awaiting squad car. He's being charged with trespassing and resisting and obstructing officers. Both are misdemeanors. That's NPR's Kirk Siegler reporting on Wall Street. The Dow was down 73 points. This is NPR news. Live from Kait Greedy news. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan. More than 1300. People are working. The Lightning complex now considered the second largest fire in California history. The fire continues to burn a large swath of land east of San Jose and Gilroy is Shannon Linh caught up with some local firefighters who say the fires this time around, feel different. Because they're hitting closer to home as the Oakland Fire Battalion chief and Cal fire strike, team leader James Baron says the 24 hour shift and post on the fire line are all part of the job. Calm breeds calm and chaos breeds chaos. So from leaders perspective for me, it's important to remain calm because I think that keeps everybody else called Boron and his team are station at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. But many are also thinking about home. One firefighter on Bowen's team owns a house in Santa Cruz close to this easy, you fire complex and is worried about potential evacuations. Other firefighters say they share that concern. Kevin Brown from the Vallejo Fire Department says his team was battling fires in Southern California when they heard about the Ellen You fire complex in the North Bay. We're hoping to turn around and come home and fight the fires of north, but it's nice at least be closer to home being here on the Santa Clara unit complex, but frankly and still haven't been home in over two weeks. Cow fire officials say Around 86 engines from out of state are expected to arrive in Alameda County Thiss Week to support fire. Fighting efforts..

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"The rewarding Earth podcast Supported by businesses such as Patagonia Tula and bio habitats as well as the Weeden Foundation and listeners. Like you if you love the work that the rewarding institute is doing please consider donating at rewinding dot? Org and be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter while. You're there allison. Jones received or be a an environmental studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz under the guidance of her mentor. An adviser Michael soulet. She then completed her. Ms In conservation biology at the University of Nevada Reno in Nineteen ninety-six her master's study analyzed the effects of cattle grazing on small mammal communities in the great basin in two thousand fourteen alison ascended to Executive Director of Wild Utah Project until she moved on from the Organization in January of Twenty Twenty Allison currently serves as principal of L. Jones. Llc where she specializes in large landscape scale conservation analysis and analysis of state and Federal Wildlife and habitat management plans and revisions. She currently works on a contract basis to university researchers independent scientists government agencies conservation NGOs. I started today by asking Alison to get. Us caught up on all the wild Utah Project. Projects you project has a lot of really cool studies and projects going on Maybe the one that leaps mine vital away is I watch Wildlife Watch We currently are in about to launch the third year of this study which takes place in the central wasatch mountains covering about seven canyons mostly on the front side of the Wasatch Range. Salt Lake City. And it's a trail cameras study and we have You know hundred and something trail cameras I think it's one hundred twenty this year or something like that and we have a volunteers one for each camera who are haunting those cameras and pointing in there assigned spots to gather as much information as we can on the medium to large mammals the articulate and all all mammals predators That are moving through the wasatch range and each camera is moved twice during the summer. So there's three locations reach cameras. You can do the math. It's just a lot of cameras. Taking a lot of motion triggered photos over the field season. Which runs from you know. May Or June depending on win the folks can get to their assigned sites To the mid to late August and we have millions of images that are being processed and sorted and this is feeding into actually a PhD. Our study for Austin Green at the University of Utah Conservation and Ecology lab and Basically with the studies aiming to do is to get the data that the the planners and land managers and lead managers needed yesterday in terms of the inaction fees species with wilder interface. Where they're moving that pinch. Planes Import Movement corridors a little bit relative abundances and importantly which features of the human landscape are affecting the distribution of abundance of these animals for example. What is it about closer to the while have been interface? When species ex wires the is not detected by our cameras. Is that human Shin is it. The trails is roads as it buildings or buildings etc all. These layers are laid over the Occupancy model basically that Austin Green is reading and all the state at the land managers the four service division of Wildlife Resources the Cottonwood Canyon transportation. Eis Process all this data and analyses resulting understate a are being spinal to these Folks makers planners N. agency people To make important decisions about human development and importantly protection of Habitat. Can you talk about anything that like an example? That's come of this data that if it hadn't existed things might have gone the other way in terms of development decisions or anything else while we're we're not quite there yet because the study is not quite done The the initial analyses are being passed on you know to the the planners extent need the data and it will be used to And I mentioned the Little Cottonwood Canyon. travel plan environmental impact statement. This is a really hot issue in the Central Law. Set Right now How are they going to address the the fact that we're leading these canyons to death? You know here the Los all the that gration. That's up there to ski areas that there. There's talk of linking Ski Areas. You know over to other canyons. Parking issues traffic issues What are the the solutions that will be put into place? Will it be you know? Tunnels will it be widening? Rose Gondolas With things be closed things like that so and stay tuned. That data will be super important in the next year for for this particular decision process in particular as I've talked to more people that are doing this kind of work. Y'All kind of hang out in the same places. How is this really having a direct effect on policy in general plenty of examples throughout the the West where the agencies are really I mean the land and Wildlife State and federal unmanaged tease. They're they're really getting into this Advanced technology right and using it to make better decisions for that land and Habitat for wildlife. And so the demotion sugar trail cameras That's just one example Drones are coming into fashion. That's an amazing tool to gather so much data than more than we could have done on the ground in the past for example And the the the trackers that they're putting on on animals tiny little you know pit tags on around the lakes of of birds only way few grams and things like that and I think there's plenty of examples where you know. Some agencies are bracing This technology to to make better decisions on the ground And I think it also depends kind of which species and which issues your talking about I think that there's certain species and habitats that are Easy easier for the agencies to make kind of the the right Planning or management or conservation decision on Things like Instead the end You know beavers fish and their habitat when it comes to data. That might be showing that you know. Wolves are moving to a certain area and need you know really important protections to let them travel. Then that's where the you know. The policy might come more into play. You know when you guys come in with this level of data and irrefutable photographic evidence and tracker data drones stuff and everything else. It just makes it a lot harder than For people on the agency side you might politically not wanna do or make a decision in a certain direction in the direction of wildlife in protecting that or restoration I mean it just makes it really really hard for them doesn't it Oh I totally agree. Yeah especially with again. Some of those super rare and controversial species if a trail camera picks up the wolf. Wolfer links where. They assume they don't live anymore. You know they as into you have to kind of sit up and take notice Especially at the federally protected species under the Endangered Species Act. You know you can't refute A positive I d from a trail camera right but while project has a long history of of pudding Citizens Citizen Scientist to work on on many of our projects and it just enables us to collect you know ten twenty fifty times more data than we would able to do just with our you know staff and a technician or to an intern or two. It's remarkable they lost. That's why lifelock trail camera study would absolutely not be possible without our. You know roughly one hundred volunteers more actually working on that project. What's it like to organize an operation like that or a set? Or I'M I imagine while Utah's got a whole bunch of overlapping and different things going on. What give us a sense? I would liked to organize.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KTOK

"Northwest Oklahoma City good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott and Katie okay news center this is Oklahoma's first news we're heading into a lovely April day her forecast is coming up authorities are investigating a fatal fire over the weekend in northwest Oklahoma City firefighters were called to an apartment near northwest fourteenth and young's yesterday morning authorities say a man who jumped from a second story window and told firefighters his wife was still inside she was taken to a hospital in critical condition and died at the hospital former Oklahoma zoo keeper Joe exotic whose real name is Joseph Maldonado passage gets more time to argue why his lawsuit challenging his conviction should not be dismissed Maldonado passage is serving a twenty two year prison sentence for murder for hire plot and federal wildlife violations he claims federal agencies and witnesses lied when they testified against him a federal judge in Oklahoma City has extended to may twenty eighth the deadline to file objections after Maldonado passage that he's isolated at the Texas medical facility speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says protest by people in several states you want to stay at home orders lifted could make the affect of coronavirus worse before it gets better colonel Scott reports speaker Pelosi on fox news Sunday addressed the gatherings of people outside state capitols ignoring social distancing guidelines to say it's time to get back to work she says sheltering in place is how we get to a re open nation that is really the answer testing tracing treatment shelter in place and I do think that it's unfortunate but you know people will do what they do the speaker says she knows people are impatient but the protests or something she can understand president trump appeared to endorse the gatherings with simple tweets last week to liberate several states the trump administration is optimistic.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on KOMO

"They should Facebook feed of the event last month an independent report found that the Spokane valley Republican help plan organize an armed takeover of federal wildlife refuge in Oregon Republican leadership stripped him of his committee assignments and kick them out of their caucuses as well she denies any wrongdoing and says the investigation was a Marxist smear campaign a Seattle police officers been fired after review of his social media accounts turned up anti immigrant rants and veiled threats against Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama more from Cuomo's Corwin hate the news blog Seattle patch first reported the Instagram post from the handle officer DG included a picture of a mail bomb along with the caption referencing former president Obama and former secretary of state Clinton says quote I don't condone sending package bombs but god would it be nice for Hillary and anti cop Obama to finally shut the bleep up end quote another poster depicts a raise middle finger and pro family criticizes those who support undocumented immigrants the SPD office of professional accountability says the posts do not necessarily reflect biased policing instead OPD tells The Seattle Times the officer was fired for violating the department's social media policy Corwin hate komo news companies time forty past the hour now from a Harley exteriors sports desk pac twelve women's basketball tonight well boy was something Arizona State beat the Washington Huskies sixty seven to fifty meanwhile a big men's basketball buses building that you'd otherwise do this weekend more from Carlos bill Schwartz Washington state under first year head coach Kyle Smith produced a seventy two sixty one signature win over a top ranked Oregon ducks come to Seattle to play the Huskies tomorrow afternoon our coverage starts at twelve fifteen I'm come all news last night Washington played tenacious defense and came up with just enough important buckets to beat Oregon state sixty four fifty so six there's.

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Washington state lawmaker engaged in 'domestic terrorism'

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Washington state lawmaker engaged in 'domestic terrorism'

"State representative Matt Shea engaged in domestic terrorism according to an independent investigation shape who is long been associated with far right politics helped in the planning and preparation of an armed takeover federal wildlife refuge in rural Oregon according to the report he goes on to say that she even director the movements and activities the sum of the armed insurgents the two thousand fifteen standoff ended after protester was shot and killed and dozens more were arrested

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The investigation because the bodies were found federal wildlife management area while a large somewhat thick cloud of saharan dust is making its way into texas right now scott larimore with the weather channel says it will cover much of the state through most of the rest of the month impressive covers parts of the eastern caribbean and has moved all the way up into texas the good news he says this suppresses tropical storm formation in the atlantic making it less likely we see a hurricane right now we'll set a tonio international airport is looking into the future as it continues to fly the airports that passenger boarding record for the thirty fifth straight month in may with just under nine hundred thousand passengers flying to the airport last month up seven percent from last year a much of this growth is the result of an air service deployment plan said three years ago to seek out new nonstop snow destinations and new carriers now the work to keep going for the coming three years a major growth area international travel up twenty three percent over last year that was kari laki in san antonio i'm eric sharp forget come you away i local news anytime at tell you away dot com on facebook twitter and i'll be i heart radio app With your. Eighties companies always guaranteeing on. Just remember? i'm jeff stanley with eighty service company you pray everyday day air you're here we'll make it through just one more summer don't let your a c. till you when it's time to replace it call a._g. today for a free no obligation estimate on replacing that old worn out system save your prayers for those you love and let a._j.'s keep you cool all summer long give us a call at six five six seven zero eight or online at a._g. a._c. dot com like five seven five eight four problems with your Just remember? eighty springtime in south central texas beautiful time of the year but unfortunately if you've lived here long enough you know that this time of year the weather can turn ugly dany bows here from southwest metal roofing systems don't wait for the ugly weather to find out you need a new roof let the pros at southwest metal roofing systems show you the beauty durability and longevity of south west metal roof and with our twelve month same as cash financing you can wait till next spring to pay for it call southwest metal roofing systems two eight two to sixty eight sixty eight or check out our website address w. metal roofing dot com engine or transmission problems call sergeant clutch certified engine and transmission repair shop had to ten to three nine fifteen hundred arjun clutch repairs and services most makes and models thus arjun offers a fifty dollar diagnostic tests and they even have toiling service vailable sergeant clutch even accepts most extended warranties has six month interest free payment plan remember for all engine and transmission problems call sergeant clutch had to ten to three nine sixteen hundred or go to i need transmission tom nobody base sergeant the iheartradio app now has over a quarter million of the best podcast from around the globe making us number one for podcasts but making it super easy for you to find what you're looking for dive into just about anything crime curiosity and other things that don't start with c plus once you find your podcast easily follow for updates and said.

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Eddie Garrison, Grunt River And Texas discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Eddie Garrison, Grunt River And Texas discussed on Glenn Beck

"The cell texas heat is taking its toll on illegal immigrant go county sheriff eddie garrison and a tweet sunday night to infants toddler into twenty year old woman were found dead by border patrol agents near the real grunt river outside mcallen texas garrisons f._b._i. agents will be leading the investigation because of these were found in a federal wildlife management

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It is against the law and the United States. To smash a sea turtle egg. Violation of Florida law, and it's a violation of federal wildlife law. Turtle egg. Egg. There are practical reasons for it. And I don't oppose the war. I actually think it's a good law. We're also likewise horrified. When we see people. Abusing animals. I don't mean hunting. I mean, abusing them use the turtle again. These grotesque cases, we've seen a people who will take some majestic one hundred ten year old turtle and pick it up at like smashed into the ground. We're tied by that. And rightly so. We accord that turtle more rights that we would and equivalent human being. Would we be more horrified? If we saw somebody pick up a five week old child and slammed into the ground or pick up a one hundred ten year old turtle at slam into the ground. I wonder more people might be bothered it what happens to the turtle. But boy that egg and the abortion. They're the same thing, aren't they? Turtle eggs and yet a turtle. Admitted if you saw somebody expansion you bothered by that. The reason we make it illegal. It would freak out many of the very people who are defending third trimester abortion rights the same thing. Where the world right now that is freaking out with the notion of any kind of abuse of animals, anybody who wants to raise money for some animal charity. They just put the pictures on TV or the suffering animal their appeal right out. The check punch out the credit card. Instantly. It.

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"federal wildlife" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"federal wildlife" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Picked the wrong week when I'm. Mitch. Quickness. And then he passes out. Is a serious same with given his second of his career same with what's his fuck? Ephron driven mission. The pilot. The pilot in the movie are you talking shit. Leslie neilson. So yes, if driven mission impossible mission it wasn't emission. What what was it the TV show that he's in before my time? Oh, talking about like, Tom Cruise mission impossible. Use it. A lot of those cop show police squad than he works air traffic control tower, and he's definitely a federal employee. Yeah. Steve mccraw ski didn't make your list. Now, also ran. A good choice. I love that character. That's my number. Johnny made the list the other guy he was doing. Broach. Pterodactyl got number four low get that clip ready. Got a clip for you. This is the only cares gun, although he's a bumbling character. You've never I know. For fact, you ever seen this because it's on my list of to assign you some day, it's not gonna come anytime soon because it's not I wouldn't call it a great movie. Jay silent. Bob, strike back is the film thousand one. Hardy suffered nephew definitely not inside it to him since they're making the sequel now out really, oh, maybe anytime assignment federal wildlife marshal Willett. Holly played by will Ferrell. This was Wolfer very early. And this pre pre old school. This will Ferrell back on SNL. There's some none this ridiculous plot surplus or some nonsense about a monkey Anderson welfare fail. He's he's federal wildlife marshal takes his job to Searcy, right? He's tracking these two idiots Jay Bob across country as the travel with a monkey, I don't even know where the God damn monkey came from. But we'll fail as a brace spot in this movie. And at one point in this clip. He's tracking them down Anderson. They've gone to Hollywood 'cause they wanna stop. They wanna stop Jay and silent Bob from being made. Right because. The the the view askew universe. The view askew. Verse BankE has sold their rights to Hollywood fuck. This. No one's gonna move out of us own-account books shot made a comic book about about them. Right. But man in clinic, which are. Hey, they're making residents conic movie. And so Jane Sahib baba going up just production of it. And they pick up monkey it's point. And of course, federal wildlife marshal and Holly must get involved and track them down in Hollywood on a movie studio, set, a shootout and sues and the monkey ends up shooting him with the paralyzing dart. And when he comes to this is what will Ferrell's character, the federal Rawle Marshall who's been hunting this monkey. This is what it says. Paralyzed monkey shot being Perlis me. Sweet. I already. The original three drops, I collected. When I I took over doing the sound effects are the only girl. Ever ripped off the three original drops What do you him want to? though. You named child. Tessa did do you? Do you aspire to be Fred Norris that that much is his daughter Tessa tests? Oh, I don't know. Caller might be the last time. I listen to Howard Stern show. He was you married. So I didn't know it on likely story. That's right. Radicals this work this guy. He he works for my number four works for the Transportation Security Administration some kinks shit. What was this? It's you interrupting the goddamn show a black baby because I gave it to you. All right. I'm cleaning up socks. Black navy? Yes. I gave you a little figuring. That's a little black baby. Carry my number four worked for the Transportation Security Administration. Otherwise known as the T as mother fucking a agent rod Williams same by same crossover played by little rail. How reality and get out last year or two years ago twenty seventeen get out crossover? He's a comic relief and possible hero. I have the same thing written down exact same thing. I've really for them. You have also also automate plays a key role in the plot of the movie, I went and looked for clips. But there's there's too many, and none of them really lent themselves to there's a lot of background noise and whatnot..

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Colorado, Mike Poor and Jim Taylor discussed on Jay Talking

Jay Talking

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Colorado, Mike Poor and Jim Taylor discussed on Jay Talking

"Sunday colorado child is in fair condition after encountering a bear right outside her home rattle parks and wildlife is investigating a bear attack in the grand junction areas spokesman mike poor victim's mother she heard screams about two thirty in the morning went outside and saw large bear dragging her daughter away a bear dropping that fiveyearold win the mom started screaming the little girl is hospitalized with injuries officials are actively tracking that bear with the aid of federal wildlife services if they find it they say they'll put the bear down jim taylor cbs news dow futures up one.

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