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Bird Group Calls for Immediate Action

A new report says more than one quarter of America's bird species are at risk of serious declines.

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Eagles to Fly Off Endangered List?

Bald eagles could be taken off the endangered species list soon.

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Scientists Work to Save Odd Animals

Scientists at the London Zoo have launched an effort to save some of the oddest animals on Earth.

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News Analysis: New Study Finds Birds in Decline

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has just released the first comprehensive report on bird populations in the United States.

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Jobs vs. Mussels on the Allegheny

Conservationists faced off against one of the region's oldest industries Monday night in Kittanning over rare mussels in the Alleghe

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Peregrines Not Out of The Woods Yet

One of three peregrine falcons who recently fledged from their nest at The University of Pittsburgh's Cathedral of Learning has died

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Groups Plan to Sue Over Wind Farm

Environmental groups have announced their intent to sue a Spanish company over a proposed wind farm on the ridge of Shaffer Mountain near

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Small Game Declining in PA

As Pennsylvania's landscape changes so do the kinds of animals who live there.

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