National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for Thanksgiving Day, November 25th, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Some major events in the past 24 hours in the fight to conserve and protect wildlife in North America and the world and some fun things too.  

U.S. designates 187,000 sq miles of area most critical to polar bear habitat: http://bit.ly/dHvFGd

New international alliance is formed to fight increasing global wildlife crime: http://bit.ly/dIYi90

U.S. condemns Iceland for resuming whaling practices and sale of whale meat: http://bit.ly/hZsUZJ

Some surprising good news when freshwater mussels re-establish in the Delaware River: http://bit.ly/hygq2o

This year’s ultralight-guided young whooping crane flock reaches Kentucky on way to Florida: http://bit.ly/eox3VD

More perspective – urgency around new report on Wi-Fi radiation killing trees is toned down: http://bit.ly/g5Epzw

Six fastest land animals in the world: bet you already know the fastest! http://bit.ly/hRlVPZ

Group of circus lions from Bolivia will find new homes in U.S. wildlife reserves: http://wapo.st/ekbzsU

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