The Tico Times reported today that thousands of sea turtles came ashore Thursday and Friday in the latest arribada, a mass nesting that can last several days. Watch several videos and see a photo gallery of the spectacular event at Ostional Beach (Costa Rica) in The Tico Times. Here are excerpts of the article. During a […]

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ARCAS GlobalGiving drive needs a couple more donations to reach the $5000 goal. This Wednesday September the 18th is a bonus day, so if you can donate then, please do so. Make your donation via the GlobalGiving website (Release 30000 Sea Turtles in Guatemala) so it is credited to our campaign. The sea turtles of Guatemala thank you!!!”

via 30,000 Sea Turtles To Be Released on Guatemala’s Pacific Coast! — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

Rhino Horn Smugglers Get Jail Time. Turtle Guide To Help Law Enforcement Updated. 94000 School Children Call For Bears To Be Released To Sanctuary! Progress In Schools and Legislation. An informal progress report from Education For Nature Vietnam

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“A new United Nations report highlighting the devastating impact of humans on the natural world should serve as an urgent ‘wake-up call’ to policymakers in the Cayman Islands and across the globe, according to a host of environmental officials, researchers and non-profits.” James Whittaker reports for the Cayman Compass, writing about the most threatened animals […]

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U.N. Report: 1 Million Species at Risk of Extinction MAY 06, 2019 An alarming new report by a panel of leading scientists warns that human activity is causing the disappearance and deterioration of wildlife at a rate that could represent an existential threat to humanity within our lifetimes. The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on […]

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