Environment emergency is choking out the world’s lakes, study finds — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

The environment emergency is causing a far reaching fall in oxygen levels in lakes across the world, choking out untamed life and undermining drinking water supplies. Falling degrees of oxygen in seas had effectively been distinguished, yet new examination shows that the decrease in lakes has been somewhere in the range of three and multiple […]

Environment emergency is choking out the world’s lakes, study finds — KRISHNA KUMAR SINGH

Tick population expected to surge, and they’re carrying more than Lyme disease: researchers  — Natural History Wanderings

KRON4 reports Lyme disease is transmitted through tick bites, but researchers and educators warn that it’s not the only disease carried by the parasitic arachnids. This year, the tick population is expected to surge due to a mild winter and early spring as well as abundant rainfall. Also, people who have been getting outdoors because […]

Tick population expected to surge, and they’re carrying more than Lyme disease: researchers  — Natural History Wanderings

Wild Horses: Analysis Of Issues And Novel Science-Supported Solution — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

by William E. Simpson II  as published on ValueWalk American Wild Horses Are Arguably Worse-Off Today photo by Terry Fitch of Wild Horse Freedom Federation A recent article at Reason, titled ‘Predictably, Wild Horses Are Still Suffering Due to Federal Slaughter Ban’ stated that, “Turns out that basing animal rights policy on the strong feelings […]

Wild Horses: Analysis Of Issues And Novel Science-Supported Solution — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

National Parks and Public Lands Are Key to President Biden’s Plan to ‘Build Back Better’ — Natural History Wanderings

National Parks Conservation Association News Release President Biden ran on the promise to build our nation back better, and our national parks, public lands and waters play a critical role in achieving this ambitious goal. during a speech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, President Biden laid out details for his “Build Back Better” green-infrastructure package, which would […]

National Parks and Public Lands Are Key to President Biden’s Plan to ‘Build Back Better’ — Natural History Wanderings

Opinion: Just let the wild horses be — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

By Rhonda Ferris as published on The Nevada Independent by Terry Fitch of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Opinion I am a former Nevadan who lived and worked in Las Vegas from 1983 to 2001. I am writing because the column by Mr. David Colborne recently published by The Nevada Independent and titled “My Invasive Species […]

Opinion: Just let the wild horses be — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Extinct Caribbean bird’s closest relatives hail from Africa, South Pacific — Repeating Islands

A report from 7th Space. In a genetic surprise, ancient DNA shows the closest family members of an extinct bird known as the Haitian cave-rail are not in the Americas, but Africa and the South Pacific, uncovering an unexpected link between Caribbean bird life and the Old World. Like many animals unique to the Caribbean, […]

Extinct Caribbean bird’s closest relatives hail from Africa, South Pacific — Repeating Islands

No Drilling in Alaskan Arctic Refuge  — Natural History Wanderings

The New York Times reports A missed deadline for flights to look for polar bears means the work to locate oil reserves in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is effectively killed. An Alaska Native group failed to meet a critical deadline as part of its proposal to conduct a seismic survey in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the […]

No Drilling in Alaskan Arctic Refuge  — Natural History Wanderings

Salton Sea Restoration Project — Natural History Wanderings

from Audubon State Habitat Restoration Project Breaks Ground at Southern End of Salton Sea Coalition of conservation and community groups says groundbreaking is positive step towards ending years of inaction at California’s largest lake. (Westmorland, Calif., January 13, 2021) – The California Salton Sea Management Program began construction this week on a project to restore […]

Salton Sea Restoration Project — Natural History Wanderings

Major national park expansion for South America’s other big forest | BirdLife — Natural History Wanderings

Birdlife reports Great news for the Gran Chaco, South America’s second largest forest and home to a host of rare and threatened species. This year, a major national park in Argentina will expand its size by almost 50% – benefiting both wildlife and local livelihoods. Read about the expansion of Gran Chaco at Major national […]

Major national park expansion for South America’s other big forest | BirdLife — Natural History Wanderings