National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 27th, 2010

New in the past 24 hours on the wildlife front in the U.S. and other nations:

Could a massive dam between Russia and Alaska save the Arctic Sea? http://bit.ly/fXg1hh

Tejon Ranch conservation plan update: California condors doing well: http://bit.ly/hW5npy

Threatened red-legged frog gets a special new Sierra Nevada preserve: http://bit.ly/gS4CkY

India: Ten rhino poachers are compelled to surrender to authorities: http://bit.ly/h5Yg3m

New Facebook game will help to save cheetahs: http://bit.ly/hUsHw3

India: train driver is jailed for running into/killing three elephants: http://bit.ly/gp2YoN

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