Defenders of Nature News Release The Trump administration announced that it will finalize new regulations that roll back protections against extreme methods of killing predators and other wildlife in Alaska national preserves. National preserves are managed by the National Park Service (NPS) like national parks, except hunting and fishing are permitted. NPS’s new regulations for […]

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After 11 months of hard work, the team published a book called “The Illustrated Guide to the Cambodian Wildlife“ covering 130 unique and endangered wildlife species (across all the five classifications of animals) and five ecosystems. For every species, there is a student-painted illustrations and written descriptions in both English and Khmer. The team went […]

via The Illustrated Guide To The Wildlife Of Cambodia — Nilroth Ly

Here’s a guest column from Hannah Holm that’s running in The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: It seems like the pandemic has soaked up most of the newsprint lately, but even now, when so much has come to a standstill, our rivers keep flowing. As Jim Pokrandt pointed out in a recent op-ed, our canals have […]

via #ColoradoRiver keeps flowing — so do concerns about its future — The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel #COriver #aridification #COWaterPlan — Coyote Gulch

 

This 2011 video from Canada says about itself: Woodland caribou numbers are declining across Canada. Five key threats have been identified for populations found in the mountain national parks of Banff, Glacier, Jasper and Mount Revelstoke. Parks Canada is working hard to reduce these threats and keep woodland caribou on the mountain landscapes. From the […]

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News Release Defenders of Wildlife Obama Administration Calls For Protecting Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness designation would prevent oil and gas drilling in the Arctic Refuge’s iconic coastal plain Washington­­­­ (January 25, 2014) –– The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has recommended that the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s 1.5 million-acre coastal plain be designated […]

via Obama Calls For Protecting Arctic Nat. Wildlife Refuge — Natural History Wanderings

Renewed game plan needed to tackle Southeast Asia’s wildlife trafficking problem Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 20th February 2020 (TRAFFIC Press Release) —Some 900,000 pangolins trafficked, over 200 tonnes of African Elephant ivory and 100,000 Pig-nosed Turtles seized in recent years: the scale of wildlife trafficking in Southeast Asia is incredible and a renewed game plan is […]

via Seeking New Strategy To End Southeast Asia’s Wildlife Trafficking Problem — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

A report from the Fish and Wildlife Service. Our thanks to Gabriela Mandeville for bringing this item to our attention. Helping these rare birds make a comeback after Hurricane Maria The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service, plans to restart the reintroduction efforts of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots […]

via U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans release of endangered Puerto Rican parrots in El Yunque National Forest — Repeating Islands