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  • John Heinz Refuge: Home to the free and the brave
    John Heinz Refuge: Home to the free and the brave
    As we ready to celebrate another Independence Day in the Philadelphia region, a wide variety of birds and wildlife celebrate, too, for this protected land and marsh that allows them to survive. John Heinz Refuge doesn’t pamper, mind you,...
  • The Feeding Monkey
    A Family of Monkeys Pays a Visit in Coco Beach, Costa Rica
    I visit places, that's what I've been doing since I retired a year ago.It was mighty nice to have someone/something visit me instead!I rented a condo in Coco Beach. The sides of the mountains are being torn down, trees being cut to make...
  • White tiger at Big Cat Rescue
    Forces for Good in Tampa
    Leslie Crutchfield and Heather McLeod Grant spent four years surveying thousands of nonprofit CEOs, conducting hundreds of interviews, and studying 12 high-impact nonprofits to uncover their secrets to success. The result was an intelligent,...
  • Vernal pools support a wide range of wildlife.
    Vernal pools support a wide range of wildlife
    Vernal pools are seasonal bodies of water that typically fill with water when snow melts in the spring and dry up later with the warmer weather in late summer. ("Vernal" means having to do with the spring season.) All that is needed for...
  • American black bear
    Massachusetts police: Don't drunkenly chase bears with dull hatchets
    Don’t get drunk and chase bears with a hatchet. That’s the warning that Massachusetts police issued on May 11. While it may seem like common sense to most people, apparently the people of The Bay State needed to have an official...
  • FWS wants to update its funding forms
    FWS wants to update its funding forms
    A new reporting system is being proposed for Wildlife & Sport Fish Grants & Cooperative Agreements. The Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) is announcing in the Federal Register of Monday, May 11, 2015 that it is taking public comments on...
  • Hunting council to dicsuss easement access, Duck Stamp changes
    Hunting council to dicsuss easement access, Duck Stamp changes
    The Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council has scheduled a meeting for Tuesday, June 9, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Wednesday, June 10, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Alaska daylight time). The United States Fish & Wildlife...
  • Another coyote captured in New York
    Another coyote is captured in New York City
    The Tampa Tribunereported Wednesday that police in New York City have captured another coyote roaming the city streets. The coyote was tranquilized and captured on Tuesday. This is the second coyote captured amid a number of sightings in this busy...
  • Plum Island aerial view
    Help Plum Island, NY become an official wildlife refuge
    There is an 840-acre island sanctuary lying undisturbed just 1.5 miles off the coast of Long Island. The sanctuary is called Plum Island, and it’s currently being threatened by development.It’s a major habitat for a variety of wildlife...
  • New species of frog discovered in Costa Rica looks similar to Kermit the Frog
    Newly discovered glass frog resembles 'Muppets' Kermit the Frog
    According to ComicBook.com on Monday, it appears that there is a species of frog in Costa Rica with translucent skin. Upon comparison to Kermit the Frog, the glass frog's facial appearance looks remarkably similar to the Muppet puppet. Most...
  • Killing is not conservation
    Stop the kill of wildlife funded by your tax dollars
    Did you know that YOU were responsible for the cruel killing of thousands of animals every year? You may be shocked to learn that a secretive federal program is using your hard-earned tax dollars to wage war on wildlife."Wildlife Services, a...
  • 2 wolves
    WOLVES IN MY BED
    If you have not lived with a pack of wolves you do not know what you are missing. They are among the most intelligent creatures I have ever encountered.As a wildlife rehabilitator I rescued and cared for injured and orphaned wildlife for many...
  • Members of the Valdosta Rotary Club learn forestry tidbits during a field day excursion sponsored by the Gaskins Forest Education Center in Alapaha, Georgia, on June 21, 2013
    Gaskins Forest Education Center debuts 'Day in the Woods' event in South Georgia
    The Gaskins Forest Education Center, a spectacular privately owned conservation reserve nestled on nearly five thousand acres of pine trees bordering the Alapaha River, will be debuting a community event on Saturday, April 18, in Alapaha, Georgia....
  • Coyotes have become aggressive in Michigan.
    Video of Michigan coyote caught in a trap sparks controversy
    A video of a coyote that had its leg caught in a trap in Royal Oak, Mich. has caused quite a stir. People who live in this area have supposedly been seeing more aggressive behavior in these coyotes lately. A report by MLive on Tuesday said that...
  • Why you should visit the North Carolina Zoo
    Why you should visit the North Carolina Zoo
    Winter is making its exit and now families are looking for something fun to do. How about taking a day trip to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro? It is open year round, but you can get a full experience of the zoo during the warm seasons.There...
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