When talking about “game-viewing”, most people immediately have images of Africa’s iconic Big Five flashing through their minds. And of course our recent trips to the Kruger National Park did not disappoint at all when it came to these most charismatic of African mammals, as well as many other furry creatures great and small. This […]

via Game-viewing in Kruger (May and June 2019) — de Wets Wild

It’s easy to miss a splash of water. Easier still to miss it, if it’s nestled between grasses, reeds and languorous heads of buffalo. In the state of Assam — where paddy fields stretch for miles in an unblinking green world — you can puddle right into a wetland without even realising it. A good wetland […]

via Wet is not waste: Wetlands may not look much to us, but they are a lifeline for birds — IndiEnvironment

Source: Buffalo Field Campaign “This sounds EXACTLY like the saga of the wild horses, imagine that!” ~ R.T. Investigation requested into potentially unlawful destruction of public records and removal of scientific data in a government funded study. Documents indicate federal agency employees deleted and discussed deleting emails and may have removed data in a population […]

via Sterilization Study on Wild Bison – Records Show a Breakdown in Accountability — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Source: Buffalo Field Campaign American bison a Species of Conservation Concern is a collaborative project dedicated to securing protection for the wild species and their habitat on National Forests. June 6, 2019 is the final day to submit public comments for American bison on the Custer Gallatin Forest plan revision CLICK TO COMMENT ONLINE MAIL […]

via Action Alert: please help Buffalo Field Campaign’s efforts to save American bison — Straight from the Horse’s Heart