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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — State wildlife officials say their efforts to reintroduce river otters to Indiana have been so successful the critters' appetites are causing problems for some pond owners. State furbearer biologist Shawn Rossler says some...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and his wife will be dressing up as 1970s pop stars Sonny and Cher while handing out candy to trick-or-treaters at the governor's residence. The first lady's office says staff members will join Mitch...
Tags: Wildlife, Halloween, Conservation, Cher, Mitch Daniels
WSBT-TVELKHART – Students at an Elkhart elementary school got to see a not-so-typical show-and-tell on Tuesday. The students at Woodland School had an up-close and personal introduction to a number of animals that live in tropical rain forests. It was...
FORT PIERCE, Fla. (AP) — Rescuers are struggling to help a pod of pilot whales that beached at a South Florida state park. Twenty of the whales from juveniles to adults came ashore Saturday morning at Avalon Beach State Park in St. Lucie County....
Tags: Wildlife, Conservation, Environmental Issues
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) — The Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek is seeking a little help picking names for its recently born lemur triplets. The zoo says the babies born April 29 to Phin and John are on display. Staff came up with a list of names to...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Known as the fastest moving creature on Earth, the peregrine falcon carries this title for good reason. Falcon parents will do nearly anything to protect their young, swooping from cliffs or rooftops, at high speeds of up to more than...
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — All trees greater than 3 inches in diameter that must come down for construction of I-69 must have been cut by now. Those that weren't will have to wait until October to be felled — because of a bat. Female Indiana...
Tags: Wildlife, Cher, Forests, Conservation, Forestry and Timber
SOUTH BEND — Potawatomi Zoo is mourning the loss of one of its pandas. "Rose," a female red panda, died Nov. 27 inside her exhibit at the zoo, according to a news release. The cause of death is unknown. The zoo reportedly treated the 9-year-old...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentOne day back in the late 1990s, the Rev. Edward Monk Malloy, president of the University of Notre Dame, forwarded an e-mail complaint to chef Don Miller about the Chilean sea bass served at a banquet. The diner was shocked at the university's marine-...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterNILES - Prairie trillium? The term is embedded in the mind of Neil Coulston, the Niles public works director who, at the end of the month, will close the door on a 35-year career with the city. “I’d heard of it, but I didn’t know it was...
Tags: Wildlife, Conservation, Natural Resources
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterCASSOPOLIS - Thick, black mud squishes underfoot and tall reeds sway overhead, crowding this remote wetland trail at the Edward Lowe Foundation in Cass County. Eric Hileman tramps along under the blue autumn sky, carrying live cargo in a white, plastic...
Tags: Wildlife, Biology, Forests, Conservation, Lincoln Park Zoo
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge is upholding a decision by government scientists that global warming is threatening the polar bear's survival. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan on Thursday ruled that a May 2008 decision to place the bear on...
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