Most examples of rewilding are defined as human intervention to return wildlife back into habitats where they’ve long disappeared. Thanks to the Guardian for this highly unusual one where the human population are the ones who have left – due to bizarre circumstances, to be sure – and the wildlife have slowly returned to reclaim […]
If we try, nature is very resilient, biodiversity will gradually return and ecosystems will slowly gain back their balance – that is if we act in time.
European wildcats are often thought of as a typical forest specialist, however, the more we know about wildcat behaviour the less this appears to be true. Broadleaved or mixed woodlands do appear to be the primary habitat for wildcats but they have also been reported thriving in scrubland mosaics and areas where a complex habitat […]
Synevyr National Nature Park in Ukraine is suffering, like many other protected areas, under the increasing pressure of visitors. Single-use plastic ends up in the rivers, people dump full garbage bags in the UNESCO World Heritage forest, and visitors are doing their toilet-business behind trees. Local villages still lack a proper waste management system too. […]
These abandoned communities are seriously hazardous Dangerously unfit for human habitation, a number of settlements around the world remain strictly off-limits, ranging from once-thriving cities contaminated with radiation to desolate villages riddled with asbestos, anthrax and explosives. Grab your hazmat suit and let’s take a tour of 10 of the world’s most toxic towns.
Unpacking the impact the lion trade has on South Africa’s tourism industry and what we as citizens can do to protect our wildlife.
Featured Image : Regent Bowerbird. Well…Surprise..Surprise, still no polish on the van. The Showgrounds here at Toowoomba are very open and it’s blowing a gale. This morning we woke to the dreaded Drizzle plus it’s so much cooler here than on the coast. We were deciding what we were going to do for the day […]