Wildlife populations declined by an average of 60% over the last four decades
Meet the Batwa pygmies, go mountain gorilla trekking, go on a boat cruise and enjoy exciting game drives in Uganda! DAY 1: KIGALI – BWINDI IMPENETRABLE Our driver guide will pick you up from the airport and transfer you on a 3-hour car journey via the Gatuna Border to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Proceed to […]
by George Wuerthner as published on The Wildlife News “There is probably no activity that does more damage to our public lands, and in particular, degrades our wilderness areas, than livestock production…” Livestock grazing occurs on some 260 million acres of federal lands, including lands administered by the Forest Service (FS), Bureau of Land Management […]
A collection of some of the best of the Midwest Wildlife.
Plastic Polution in our oceans is devastating. A swarm of innumerable colored plastic scraps floats towards the diver!
Bar-headed geese like this fellow have a cunning strategy for staying aloft over mountain ranges. Photograph by Nyambayar Batbaya by Tanya Lewis Every year, flocks of geese fly hundreds of miles over the Himalayas, migrating from their breeding grounds in Mongolia to southeastern Tibet or India for the winter. Now, a new study reveals how […]
Malaysian School bans Polystyrene and Plastic Straws.