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MassWildlife Asks Public Not to Feed 'GE Deer'

Though this action is rooted in kindness, it is not healthy for the woodland friends and could be fatal, which is why MassWildlife has put up signs asking that residents do not throw food over the fences.

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Hoosic Riverside Stroll Reveals Incomplete Food Chain

By midsummer the river can decline to a shallow but steady slow flow, indicating that a serious drought has affected the decreasing level of life-giving water borne from mountain brooks, going dry well before wildlife complete their life-cycles.

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Children Learn About Wildlife at Richmond Free Library

On Saturday afternoon, founder of Nature Matters Jennifer Leahey wowed local children and parents with a presentation of live animals.

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Residents of Pine Valley Fed Up With Garbage Mess

Now they're dealing with a garbage strewn entryway because of unprotected roll-offs that have been invaded regularly by wildlife.

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Wildlife Hazards Being Tracked at North Adams Airport

Deer, crow and bald eagles are a few of the wildlife incursions that are being tracked as part of a yearlong hazardous wildlife assessment at Harriman & West Airport.

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Warbler Waves Migrating Through Berkshires

Despite the cool spring weather, waves of warblers and songbirds are reaching their familiar feeding grounds, in the deciduous woodlands and sylvan edges, like the banks of the Hoosic River in North Adams.

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