National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 30th, 2010

Today’s news has species updates, Interior Department activities, wolves, seals, detectives and a cool wildlife bridge:  

Canada’s new species-at-risk report card shows little progress: http://bit.ly/ecuN4w

Plans for the reintroduction of elk to southern Missouri: http://bit.ly/fKZiCS

Interior Department completes a new sage grouse habitat map for the West: http://bit.ly/f3Uv44

Three governors and U.S. Interior Secretary meet to discuss the future of wolves: http://bit.ly/hwILms

Report: in 2010 – comparitively few Wyoming livestock are killed by wolves: http://bit.ly/fteulY

Plans to build a cool new wildlife bridge over I-70 in Colorado: http://bit.ly/fYztXq

Florida: the online search for eco-criminals selling wildlife or their meat: http://bit.ly/epKDRO

Angry seals should be left alone: http://bit.ly/fpWM5a

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