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    Twitchell researched the Northern Slope of the Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) and found out that there is a large amount of untapped crude oil. Twitchell states (2001) that the government and environmentalists have fought over drilling rights in this area and the government wants money but the environmentalists do not want to abolish the habitat. After researching this topic, Twitchell realized that he was not going to be able to pick one side of the argument. He says that both parties made

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    to destroy the Alaskan preserves, just because Alaska is wealthy in oil. However, Alaska is wealthy in more than just oil. It is wealthy in beauty, wildlife, and culture. Americans and native Alaskans must endorse and implement an environmental law to support wildlife population. Or else overwhelming effects will follow. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, more commonly known as the ANWR , and other barren lands in Alaska, has a history of combating oil production. In 1923, twenty-three million

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    Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a serious issue for environmentalists and for the future of the United States. Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened to oil drilling? This paper will debate whether or not we should allow Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to be opened to oil drilling. This will also show the impact it has on the environment, and I will show a critical analysis of the current issue of whether or not to drill. History Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is located

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    Wildlife and Habitat Perhaps the biggest issue arising with wind farms is the impacts on wildlife and wildlife habitats. Wind farms produce short, medium and long-term negative impacts on environments, habitats, biotic communities and species. It is possible to distinguish two types of impacts: Direct such as habitat loss and destruction, soil erosion, collisions with animals etc. and indirect impacts such as loss of available habitat due to fragmentation and disturbance, displacement of species

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    Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), the crowned jewel of the nation’s 544 refuges is in danger of destruction (Lamar and Markey 12). ANWR has been in existence since 1960 and has slowly become one of the most controversial topics to hit Congress. ANWR is composed of 19 million acres on the northeast coast of Alaska. Although the government has been provided with this immense land they are fighting to gain more land. Why? ANWR is the second biggest oil field that is owned by the U.S.

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    Over the Idea of Drilling for Oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Throughout American history, there have been a number of conflicts and disagreements among the populace over various issues. These conflicts of interest help to define political parties and allow people to distinguish themselves through party allegiance. One such item that is currently being debated is over the idea of drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. For years, environmentalist groups and oil industry

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    Backyard wildlife habitat A backyard wildlife habitat is a combination of food, water, shelter, and space arranged to meet the needs of wildlife in your own backyard. Even a small yard or balcony can be created into a wildlife habitat to attract birds, butterflies, beneficial insects, reptiles, amphibians and small mammals. Creating a backyard wildlife habitat is a way to restore habitat one yard at a time. Something the world is in desperate need of. Building a wildlife habitat can be a never ending

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    Proceedings: Our Living Heritage. Champaign. IL: Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 34; 1991: 361-374, Www.fs.fed.us/ne/newtown_square/.../other.../ne_1991_iverson001.pdf. Web "Introduction for Creating Habitats and Homes for Illinois Wildlife." DNR. Web. 14 Sept. 2011. .

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    clear to prohibit any feeding of wildlife. I wish to quickly cover three points why you should not feed wild animals. One, feeding wildlife disrupts natural cycles, creating dependencies. Two, it is unsafe for both you and the animal. Three, processed human food is unhealthy for wild animals. If you do your part by not feeding wild animals and letting your friends and family know how important it is, nature will remain in harmony. My first point, feeding wildlife disrupts natural cycles. Wild animals

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    or neglect.(Merriam-Webster) The causes of rising conservation include overhunting, recognizing its importance. These newfound awarenesses resulted in new policies that preserve for everyone equally. When people started to see the declining of wildlife animals include bison and many colorful birds; it cause a rise of conservation. A cause of the extermination of bison is “From the Great Slave Lake to the Rio Grande, the home of the buffalo was everywhere overrun by the man with a gun; and, as had

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