National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 28th, 2010

Today’s news — a climate summit, crazy bear incidents, a little geo-engineering, tortoises on iPhone apps and a campus battling with crows.

The upcoming Cancun climate summit will also be about how climate, poverty and conflict are intertwined:

Can reintroducing grazing animals to the tundra help combat global warming?

Craziest bear stories of 2010:

Tracking the desert tortoise with a iPhone app!

To save the Salton Sea scientists propose replacing Imperial Valley crops with Algae:

Hawaii: new predator-proof fence will help protect endangered sea birds:

Penn State versus mass-roosting campus crows:

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