Two White Newborn Tiger Cubs!

Two of a group of white tiger sextuplets are photographed at the Yunnan Zoo in Kunming, China. Image Credit: Photograph by Veg/Getty Images, According to the zoo, white tigers usually give birth to two or three cubs, and the sextuplets are considered very rare. via 22 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

via Two White Tiger Babies, Yunnan Zoo, China. — Old Guv Legends


Rare Clouded Leopard Cubs at Denver Zoo!

What could be better than two tiny leopard cubs? Three tiny leopard cubs, of course! At least, that’s the attitude of administrators at Denver Zoo, who welcomed the addition of a female, clouded leopard cub to join the zoo’s two existing cubs of the same species. Zookeepers hope this addition will increase the chances that […]

via Rare Clouded Leopard Cub, Denver Zoo. — Old Guv Legends

Wildlife Reserve in Malawi Repopulated!

MAJETE WILDLIFE RESERVE, Malawi Two decades ago, this patch of Malawian forest was almost emptied of wildlife. The last elephants had been poached. The lions had been caught in snare traps. Other species died off as their range was diced by machete-wielding farmers. Now the animals have returned in a modern-day Noah’s ark — a […]

via Saving Africa’s wildlife – Story by Kevin Sieff Photos by Adriane Ohanesian MAY 18, 2018 — Just Sayin’

Cheetah Outreach Education Centre!

Still in South Africa, very close to Cape Town this time, I had the joy, some time ago, to visit the Cheetah Outreach education center, where on relatively small property, there is a breeding center for cheetah (and few other wild species), which also serves as education center, and where a team of dedicated staff […]

via The cheetah of South Africa “Cheetah Outreach” education center —

The Great Wildlife Decline!

The GREAT DECLINE “The disappearance of wildlife species is perhaps the most pressing and serious of all environmental problems, threatening the loss of valuable natural services and, as a result, undermining human well-being. The already accelerating rate of species loss is set to become faster still, as existing pressures arising from human population growth, expansion […]

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Journey to Belize: Of Yahaira and a Breakthrough — The Jaguar

This post continues the retelling of my 2017 trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. As I wrote in my previous Belize post, on June 27 I was able to speak with Yahaira of Panthera Belize. Per Dr. Bart Harmsen‘s recommendation, I had been trying to schedule a […]

via Journey to Belize: Of Yahaira and a Breakthrough — The Jaguar

Katokye Gate of Ishasha, South Africa- Wildlife

Living close or inside the national park is an exciting idea because of the many possibilities, challenges and opportunity it might offer to you depending on what you will be doing there. Its, been 18 months living in Ishasha Area of QENP just 5minutes away from the katokye gate of Ishasha. The love of nature […]

via Life Experience at Ishasha Area South of Queen Elizabeth National park — UGLOCALTOURIST