Fish and wildlife group elects first female president
Sara Parker Pauley, director of the Missouri Department of Conservation, has made history again, with her election as the first female president of the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies.
Barrasso introduces legislation to reform ESA
The chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee today introduced the latest, albeit still familiar, version of Republican Endangered Species Act legislation.
Probe pinpoints cybersecurity shortcomings
Interior Department watchdogs revealed today they had "successfully attacked" the department's myriad wireless networks, in a sobering assessment of persistent security gaps.
Unusual bird deaths draw attention in N.M.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating reports of an unusual number of bird deaths in New Mexico, though so far, officials are discounting the likelihood of an exotic cause.
A cuckoo keeps its protections, but debate continues
The Fish and Wildlife Service declared today the western population of yellow-billed cuckoo still warrants federal protection under the Endangered Species Act.