Center for Biological Diversity News Release 593 Florida Manatees Died in 2020, Including At Least 90 From Boat Strikes Proposed Legislation Would Expand Requirements for Boater Safety Education ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.— Florida wildlife officials have proposed new boating safety education requirements after another year of accidents and collisions took a deadly toll on people and […]593 Florida Manatees Died in 2020, Including At Least 90 From Boat Strikes — Natural History Wanderings
Today I headed out into the wide Pacific Ocean aboard the Adventure Hornblower. We were going to look for whales! Sometimes you can find blue whales–the planet’s largest animal–feeding at the Nine Mile Bank, which is an underwater mountain range deep in the ocean west of San Diego. You might recall I went summer whale […]Bottlenose dolphins off San Diego! — Cool San Diego Sights!
This video from the USA says about itself: Mexican Wolf – Canis lupus baileyi May 12, 2013 After being wiped out in the United States, Mexican wolves were bred in captivity and reintroduced to the wild in Arizona beginning in 1998. They are still very rare in the wild. The Mexican wolf is the most […]
Witnessed and written by Carol Walker as first published on Wild Hoofbeats followed by Wild Horse Freedom Federation I am waiting at the trap site for the helicopters to bring horses in on Day 2 in the Antelope Hills Herd Management Area in the Red Desert Complex in WY. They captured 188 wild horses yesterday. […]Wyoming’s Ruinous Roundup: Antelope Hills Wild Horse Herd Will Never Be the Same — Straight from the Horse’s Heart
Conservationists Seek to Restore Protections for Imperiled Wildlife in Flathead National Forest https://ift.tt/2Ds0wVh The 2.4 million-acre Flathead National Forest for the next 15 years or more. As part of the “Crown of the Continent,” the 2.4 million-acre Flathead National Forest in northwestern Montana is a haven of rugged mountain peaks, rich, thick forests, and cool, […]Conservationists Seek to Restore Protections for Imperiled Wildlife in Flathead National Forest —
The East Bay Times reports Four black bears have been hit by cars in Yosemite National Park over the last three weeks, leading rangers to urge motorists visiting the famed Sierra Nevada destination to slow down in a summer in which the human traffic has been cut in half because of the coronavirus. Read more Yosemite: 4 […]Yosemite: 4 bears hit by cars, rangers urge motorists to slow down — Natural History Wanderings