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  • Bald eagle rehabbing
    Wildlife rehabilitator seeking funds
    Being a wildlife rehabilitator is a tough job. Long hours, little or no pay. Most, if not all wild animal rehabilitation facilities rely on donations, grants and fees earned from educational presentations. There are few rehabilitators for what...
  • An adult Taylor’s checkerspot perches on a paintbrush plant at the Oregon Zoo
    Oregon Zoo releases endangered butterflies
    The Oregon Zoo just released more than 500 endangered caterpillars into the wild. In an effort to save a species of butterfly currently listed under the U.S Endangered Species Act. Zoo staffers traveled to central Washington to release the...
  • CADFW report on deer herd size
    California Dept. of Fish & WIldlife Deer Management Program
    The following is on the CADFW's web site hereCalifornia's deer herds are a valuable resource to both hunters and non-hunters alike. Deer can be seen throughout most of California providing enjoyment for many outdoor enthusiasts. For future...
  • Elephant Seal pup rescued in Emeryville
    Elephant Seal pup rescued by Marine Mammal Center at Emeryville Marina at sunset
    An elephant seal pup resting in the succulents at the Emeryville Marina shoreline will finally be getting shelter, a family and a good meal tonight said Shawn, a volunteer with the Marine Mammal Center after Piedmont Animal Control and the Marine...
  • Volcom and Keep Brevard Beautiful team up at Ron Jon Surf Fest
    Volcom and Keep Brevard Beautiful promote beach conservation at surf event
    Ron Jon Surf Shop recently hosted its annual Beach ‘N Boards Fest at Shepard Park on the beautiful sand of Cocoa Beach, Florida. Taking place over the weekend of March 13-15, 2015, the event drew surfers, spring breakers and board sport...
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    Brazilian jaguars
    Kuki Gallmann: “The commitment to active conservation of the wild parts and inhabitants of our Earth demands time, stamina, vision, dedication, and daring. It can be dangerous, but in my case, despite several physical attacks (one of which...
  • Poaching
    Drones inhibit rhino and elephant poaching
    The story has always been that there are too few rangers to stop poachers from killing endangered rhinos and elephants. In fact, about1,200 rhinos and 40,000 elephants were killed by poachers last year. The illegal wildlife trade is believed to be...
  • Rainbow trout
    NJ only stocking rainbow trout for upcoming trout season
    About 570,000 healthy rainbow trout will be stocked in waters across New Jersey for the spring trout season. Around 180,000 of them will be stocked in 88 streams and 90 ponds and lakes for the season’s opener on April 4th. Rainbow trout...
  • Sea turtle nesting season begins in Florida
    Sea turtle nesting season begins in Florida
    It's that time of year again when sea turtles emerge from the surf to dig nests in the sand where they lay their eggs. As tempting as it might be to get as close as possible to watch the spectacular sight and photograph the sea turtle as it...
  • Black bear
    NJ bear hunt to continue and be expanded
    According to research by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, the New Jersey Fish and Game Council has approved a proposed updated Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy that continues the annual December hunt, adds an October hunt...
  • Bitterroot Buggers
    Bitterroot Buggers need volunteers
    Bitter Root Trout Unlimited is in need of volunteers for the March 3 Buggers class. A number of the regular instructors have a prior commitment and cannot assist. Please come down and help us out with BRTU's flagship program.The 18th annual...
  • Good news for pandas as their wild population rises
    Wild panda population is on the rise
    The World Wildlife Fund reported on their website Friday, February 27, 2015 that the wild population of pandas rose by nearly 17% over the past decade. The panda bear has long been an iconic symbol of conservation due to its secluded nature....
  • Jennifer Aniston gives her all to the environment
    Jennifer Aniston gives her all to the environment
    Jennifer Aniston's efforts to conserve energy and water resources are no laughing matter. The movie and television star has taken the needs of the environment personally for quite some time and she doesn't miss a step. Jennifer Aniston...
  • American bison
    Herd of American Bison aims to restore wild herds to the plains
    A herd of bison is scheduled to be released into northern Colorado this year, with the aim of restoring wild bison herds to some of the plains areas. The release will take place north of Wellington at the Soapstone Prairie Natural area, a small...
  • Get informed and take action during National Invasive Species Awareness Week
    Get informed and take action during National Invasive Species Awareness Week
    Anyone who has stepped on a mound of dirt only to be stung by an aggressive swarm of small ants whose venom left blistered welts that burned and itched for days afterward has encountered an invasive species transplanted to Florida from somewhere...