Recorder – Climate stressors affecting New England wildlife

New England has long been known for its four distinct seasons, but as climate change sweeps through the region more rapidly than in many other parts of the world, this seasonal portrait is being reconfigured, and a variety of wildlife species are experiencing the consequences. “Climate is a key ecosystem feature, and it has all … Read more

Colorado’s state fish is back | Western Colorado

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Salmon carcasses fill Oregon rivers. It’s all part of the plan

Alanna Madden GATES, Ore. (CN) – If you see dead fish in rivers in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, don’t panic. During the month of September, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife intentionally releases dead hatchery salmon into rivers and streams as part of a stream enrichment program—a process typically fueled by historic salmon runs. According … Read more

Away from the silent nights at the lake

Magnificent Birds Fish-eating eagles, once common in Ireland, have been spotted in Mayo. Country Sights and SoundsMichael Kingdon At night. A hundred geese rose to face the wind, a great, musical jam of gray feathers intent on crossing to the opposite shore. Their voices continued into the darkness, signaling that something could not calm them … Read more