National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 29th, 2010:

Endangered species are prominent in the news today along with a unique backyard wildlife study and a “hairy enigma.”   See below:  

Aboriginal knowledge will help to save the world’s caribou: http://bit.ly/gaZJlN

Complicated: salmon are endangered in some areas even though their numbers are increasing: http://bit.ly/h4xglD

How Hinduism is saving dolphins in India: http://bit.ly/hNmXth

Two more men killed in the war to stop Kenya elephant poaching: http://bit.ly/i9rgvF

Hairy enigma of the Serengeti is photographed again: http://bit.ly/gXuCmY

A 30-year UK study of a backyard wildlife habitat — amazing effects on species: http://ind.pn/fvaNy4

Colorado: it is now prime bighorn sheep viewing time: http://bit.ly/g8khdR

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