From The Rocky Mountain Collegian (Serena Bettis): Most loud sounds heard around Fort Collins late at night are typically from partying college kids or trains — not wild animals. This is not the case for Coloradans living in Moffat County, where Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials confirmed a wolf pack sighting Jan. 19, according to […]

via 2020 November election: Gray wolves howl home to #Colorado — The Rocky Mountain Collegian — Coyote Gulch

The 2nd of January 2020, almost at the end of our Satara Summer, delivered one of the most memorable sightings of the month we spent in the Kruger National Park. About half-way between Satara and Olifants we came across this pair of Leopards, and did they put on a show to remember! Trust us; seeing […]

via A most memorable encounter with Leopards — de Wets Wild

Maria Bakkalapulo (The Guardian) writes about the effects of climate change, natural disasters, and looming “sand wars.” The sun is out, as usual, in the town of Surfside. Less than 10 miles north of Miami’s world-famous South Beach, just a square mile in size with a population near 6,000, it’s a typically prosperous American seaside community. […]

via ‘Sand wars’: the battle to replenish Florida’s beaches amid climate crisis — Repeating Islands