wolverines

One of the busiest Canadian roadways slices through Canada's Banff National Park, creating a lethal corridor for wildlife. In the 1970s, animals died so frequently here that people called the highway the "meat maker."
Last year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed applying Endangered Species Act safeguards for the estimated 300 wolverines
Just as we did with bald eagles, peregrine falcons, sea turtles and grizzlies, we have a legal and moral duty to protect wolverines, remarkable survivors able to sniff out carrion buried beneath several feet of snow.
It does not look like nearly as ugly as 2012, but the game this Saturday should be competitive, this time with Michigan winning and by more than a field goal.
No. 1 seed Kansas will face No. 4 Michigan in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament in the South region. Kansas Regular
What if your doctor diagnosed your grave sickness but then refused you medicine? That's basically what's happening to wildlife threatened by climate change.
Principal Valerie Reidy told parents in a letter that, while not all athletes were involved in the hazing, track events would
Allowing licensed sportsmen to kill woverines is a direct violation of Montana's state policy of maintaining or restoring
Both captive and wild wolverines have been observed hiding food, such as meat taken from reindeer carcasses, creating caches
According to the video's description, some 18 people were involved in the shooting and planning of the prank. Check out the
But don't hassle fans of either of these clubs are any of the players strapping on a helmet tonight with any lingering angst
While the actual songs of these groups show no signs of improving, the production values look to be on the rise. Make sure
The wolverine, a predator renowned for its strength and tenacious character, may be slowly melting away along with the snowpack