Bay Nature has an op-ed by David Helvarg, the co-chair of the Point Molate Alliance, which opposes housing plan at Pt. Molate that threatens important nature habitat On March 19, in a closed to the public session, the mayor and City Council of Richmond California voted to accept a proposal from SunCal, a major southern California developer, […]
Source: Buffalo Field Campaign In the last two years the Interagency Bison Management plan (IBMP) has killed almost 1,200 bison in 2018 and 1,300 in 2017 Yellowstone National Park continues to capture wild buffalo inside their Stephens Creek buffalo trap, located in the Gardiner Basin. As of this writing, approximately 160 of the country’s last […]
Be aware of the panther crossing signs when driving in the Everglades giving these beautiful mammals a chance to live.
I think that wolverines are intriguing animals that are worth studying. They are the largest member of the weasel family, but they’re so big and have such long and thick fur that they look more liked a small bear than a weasel. Though the animals have a wide range in British Columbia, they aren’t common […]
A paper from December 2018 discusses the genomics and spatial distribution of the eastern wolf- is this species truly different from wolves and coyotes or is it just a sheep in wolf’s clothing?
Researchers have found red wolf DNA in a group of canines living on Galveston Island off the coast of Texas. The “remarkable” finding comes after 1980 in the wild red wolves were declared extinct. A researcher who examined the canines on the island asked for a DNA analysis of two animals killed by a vehicle. […]
Education for Nature Vietnam have launched a new appeal to raise funds for their pangolin program according to their communications director Tom Edgar. It’s at: https://www.gofundme.com/protect-the-pangolin He says “As you will be aware, pangolins are currently on course to be the next dodo. But there’s still time to change the direction of travel through decisive action. […]