Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

I can’t think of another reserve in South Africa where the elephants are quite so relaxed around humans and their vehicles as they are in the Addo Elephant National Park. Of course this allows visitors to observe up close just how dexterously elephants use their trunks – and feet! – to uproot even tiny morsels […]

Summertide Diary: Spending time with hungry elephants — de Wets Wild

Margay, another kind of wild cat — nature has no boss

The Margay is small wild cat that inhabits much of Central and northern South America. It resembles an ocelot although smaller but with longer legs, tail and larger eyes. A skilled climber the Margay is capable of hunting in the tress. Although it’s range is now strictly limited to Central and South America the fossil […]

Margay — nature has no boss

Ocelot Rescue — Neotropical Primate Conservation

We have been helping another victim of the illegal wildlife trade. This baby ocelot was rescued by the wildlife authorities in Moyobamba, Peru, and has been recovering under veterinary care. Today he will arrive at his new home, the RAREC rescue centre in Iquitos. Please do not buy wildlife (you are not rescuing the animal […]

Ocelot Rescue — Neotropical Primate Conservation

Former cattle farm in Panama helping to save forests and water through agroforestry — Life and Soul Magazine

A former cattle farm in Panama, Finca Cuango, is helping restore Panama’s forests through agroforestry, making the soil resilient to erosion and helping it retain scarce water. The 1,450 hectare property will contribute to a target of one million hectares of degraded land that Panama plans to restore by 2035 through its Allianza por el Millio […]

Former cattle farm in Panama helping to save forests and water through agroforestry — Life & Soul Magazine

Ocelot seen crossing through underpass for the first time in the RGV, showing signs of progress — KVEO-TV

LOS FRESNOS, Texas (KVEO) — An ocelot was caught on camera this month at the Laguna Atascosa Wildlife Reserve.  This is good news for the refuge center because it means the ocelots in this region are using protective pathways created to keep them alive.    “This male ocelot that used the underpasses to cross both ways, and that’s actually […]

Ocelot seen crossing through underpass for the first time in the RGV, showing signs of progress — KVEO-TV

OPINION: The Dollars and Cents of America’s Wild Horses — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By William E. Simpson as published on The Pagosa Daily Post “Only a tiny minority of Americans want to see American wild horses sent to slaughter to make room for more livestock grazing on public lands.” BLM Victims of Antelope Complex Stampede ~ photo by Terry Fitch of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Obviously, we don’t […]

OPINION: The Dollars and Cents of America’s Wild Horses — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Winter Raptor Identification Course — Natural History Wanderings

The Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology Presents: Winter Raptor Identification Course Online February 17th, 24th and March 3rd, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:30pm Please join us for our Winter Raptor Identification Course, held online by WFVZ Science Education Coordinator Paul Grindrod. Get your tickets here!!

Winter Raptor Identification Course — Natural History Wanderings

Audubon Bird News Text Alerts — Natural History Wanderings

Text Updates from Audubon: Be the First to Know When Bird News Breaks At a time when two-thirds of North American birds are threatened by climate change, it is critical that Audubon spread the word to our supporters as soon as the opportunity to take action appears. Sign up for text updates from Audubon, an easy way to […]

Audubon Bird News Text Alerts — Natural History Wanderings