Cheryl Gray

When a serval meets a melanistic friend

March 6, 2015

All of us trapped in end-of-the-day-thoughts, eyes focused on the narrow beam of light as the spotlight swept. Rhythmically, back and forth, and then someone yelled, “Stop! Eyes!” But what eyes? Too tall for a nightjar, too suspicious for a hare. Worth a closer look. Read full report.

Why The Pallas' Cat Should Become Your New Favorite Animal

March 6, 2015

On the arid steppes of Asia lives an elusive and noble feline. The Pallas' Cat, also known as the manul, is a stocky, solitary animal around the same size as a housecat. You're not likely to catch a glimpse of them in the wild, as they hang out in rocky crevices and dens at elevations as high as 15,000 feet, according to the Wildscreen Arkive. Read full report.

Populations Of World's Rarest Big Cat Rebound

February 24, 2015

Considering we have unfortunately become rather acclimatized to headlines and reports on how we are slowly destroying our beautiful planet, it is nice to hear that efforts to undo the damage we have done are starting to pay off. Read full report.