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 […]

via Facts — Wildlife-reporter.com

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SENATE ATTACKS ON CLEAN WATER, ENDANGERED SPECIES, ENVIRONMENT, etc

Center for Biological Diversity News Release Senate Republicans Push Attacks on Endangered Species, Clean Water Under Guise of Farming WASHINGTON—The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, led by Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), will hold a hearing Wednesday advancing its goals of repealing the Endangered Species Act and gutting the Clean Water Act. The hearing […]

via Senate Republican Attacks On Endangered Species, Clean Water — Natural History Wanderings

The Bears of Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

For 15 years, Irish anthropologist Martina Tyrrell has studied the relationship between humans and animals in Arviat, an Inuit community on the west coast of Hudson Bay, where the townspeople are increasingly having to cope with a large and dangerous visitor – the polar bear. It’s a Sunday afternoon in mid-October. I’m standing near the […]

via The White Bears are Back. Hudson Bay. — Old Guv Legends

Nervy Red Fox…

Image Credit: Photograph by Johansen Krause, National Geographic A red fox rubs noses with a polar bear (another threatened species on our planet) on the Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada See more Images via In Honor of International Polar Bear Day, Spectacular Pictures of a Threatened Species.

via Strange Friends on Ice, Hudson Bay. — Old Guv Legends

Ancient Polar Bear…

A press release issued yesterday (23 January 2018) by the University of Stavanger tells the story of decades of work on the most complete ancient polar bear skeleton in the world, found in 1976 in southern Norway, that culminated in an articulated museum display. This specimen was described in my original research paper, Annotated Map […]

via Early Holocene polar bear skeleton from Norway vs. other ancient remains — polarbearscience

A Canadian Wildlife Blog?

WHILE HUGGERS.CA IS RESEARCHED AND WRITTEN BY CANADIANS IT REALLY IS AN INTERNATIONAL SITE WITH INTERNATIONAL WILDLIFE INTERESTS AND FOCUSES. WE ARE FOLLOWED BY PEOPLE FROM CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, THE NETHERLANDS, THE ARABIAN PENINSULA,INDIA AND MANY OTHER NATIONS.

WE ARE INTERESTED IN THE WELFARE AND PROTECTION OF ELEPHANTS (Asian and African), RHINOCEROS (Asian & African), CHEETAHS (Asian & African), LIONS, TIGERS, ALL SPECIES OF BIRDS, in fact, we are interested in all things good that are living, on land, in the air or in the sea; and lament those things that are endangered or otherwise under siege! AND WE WANT TO PASS THIS INFORMATION ALONG…

We like to bring our concerns to the attention of people who are likewise concerned, including governments, countries- or anybody who will listen!

We would like to hear from you! Share with us your concerns and information. Let’s do whatever we can to help make things a little better!


LETS SAVE SOMETHING…

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!

We’re taking a break today until January 3, 2018, at which time we will again begin blogging on conservation related matters.

Thank you all for following us as we try to broadcast and re-broadcast the news that is important to our wildlife friends- we will continue to do this in the new year, eventually in a much more significant way.

Merry Christmas and Happy new Year!

Hope to see you back in January!

The Matthews Family…