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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • California Drought will also affect wildlife
    California wildlife also challenged by drought
    The 4 year long California drought is not only affecting farmers, people in cities, the tourism industry, and manufacturing, but it is, and has been affecting California wildlife. As the drought becomes longer and drier, the more effect it has on...
  • 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...
  • Pilar the cougar at Wildlife Survival Sanctuary
    Paint Florida Panthers at Clearwater Painting with a Twist FUNdraiser March 22
    Combine artand beautiful, big cats, and enjoy a truly special experience on March 22 at Painting with a Twist. Paint the Florida Panther and you'll be helping to benefit the Wildlife Survival Sanctuary of Spring Hill, Florida."The...
  • Central Illinois nature centers
    3 nature centers to visit in Central Illinois
    Although reading books is a great way to learn about the world around you, when given the opportunity, it's also a good idea to get out and explore that world in person. For up-close encounters with Illinois flora and fauna, nature centers are...
  • Weasel riding the back of a woodpecker captured by photographer.
    A rare photograph is captured of a weasel riding the back of a woodpecker
    No. This is not a photoshop. The Indiana Jones of weasels snagged a woodpecker ride on Monday and the incident was captured by a London photographer. The rare photo depicts the woodpecker in flight and the weasel snuggled up against him, seemingly...
  • FWS plans national survey of hunting, fishing and wildlife watching
    FWS plans national survey of hunting, fishing and wildlife watching
    The 13th National Survey of Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife-Associated Recreation is being planned by the Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS). In the Federal Register of Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015, FWS announced it is taking public comments and...
  • 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit comes to Houston at HMNS
    50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit comes to Houston at HMNS
    Getting engaged in nature is easy to do with the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s newest exhibit, 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year.The stunning images at HMNS of the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year, a world-renowned exhibit,...
  •  Zoological Wildlife Foundation
    Capuchin monkey offers his girl a shoulder to cry on
    When you're down, it's good to have a friend. These Capuchin monkeys show that compassion and comforting a friend in need is a trait that runs in the DNA of almost every creature. The zookeepers at the Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF)...
  • Save African lions and help them get listed as endangered species by Jan 27
    Save African lions and help them get listed as endangered species by Jan 27
    Can you imagine the African lion becoming extinct? According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), it’s a real potential in the foreseeable future. Because of this, the FWS has “proposed to list the lion as threatened under the...
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