Most import and export of elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn as well as virtually all commercial trade are outlawed in the United States.
Most import and export of elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn as well as virtually all commercial trade are outlawed in the United States.

Canadian Antiques Dealer Guilty in Rhino Horn Smuggling

November 25, 2014
Xiao Ju "Tony" Guan, a Canadian antiques dealer, has pleaded guilty in Manhattan federal court to attempting to smuggle rhinoceros horns from New York to Canada. Guan was arrested in March as part of Operation Crash, a nationwide crackdown in the illegal trafficking in rhinoceros horns, after buying two endangered black rhinoceros horns from undercover special agents with the Fish and Wildlife Service. Guan admitted that he had smuggled more than $400,000 worth of rhino horns and sculptures made from elephant ivory and coral.
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Wild turkeys strut and display and John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum in Pennsylvania. Credit: Bill Buchanan. Used with permission.

Wild turkeys strut and display and John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum in Pennsylvania. Credit: Bill Buchanan. Used with permission.

Eight Wild Facts about Wild Turkeys

November 25, 2014
Got turkey on the mind as Thanksgiving approaches? Learn eight fun tidbits about the bird Ben Franklin called “much more respectable” than the bald eagle and find a national wildlife refuge where you can see them strut.
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The 2014-2015 stamp features a pair of canvasbacks painted by wildlife artist Adam Grimm.

The 2014-2015 stamp features a pair of canvasbacks painted by wildlife artist Adam Grimm.

House of Representatives Approves Increase in Price of Duck Stamp

November 18, 2014
Despite the long-term decline in wetland habitats across the country and the implications for populations of ducks, geese and other native species, the price of the Duck Stamp, a major source of revenue for waterfowl and wetland conservation, hasn't increased in more than two decades. This may soon change following passage of a bill in the House of Representatives. Service Director Dan Ashe commends the House for approving a price increase and hopes the Senate will do the same.
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