Dead rats are a good thing. right? But dead bobcats, owls, eagles, and mountain lions? Not so much. At least, that’s what a homeowners association in Thousand Oaks, CA, is discovering in the wake of its war on long-tailed rodents. Read full report.
Concern from agencies and conservation groups about the impact on the success of animal crossings under construction along Interstate 90 has killed the idea to offer a piece of State Parks property for private development. Read full report.
Efforts to control the rat population in one Thousand Oaks community have renewed concerns about the dangers that pesticides pose to mountain lions and other wildlife in the Santa Monica Mountains. Read full report.
A mountain lion was taken back to the wild Monday after it was tranquilized in a backyard in Fillmore by members of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Read Full report.
The sight was heartbreaking: a thin, mangy bobcat trembling against a brick wall separating the Thousand Oaks neighborhood of Dos Vientos from open space that is habitat for wildlife and popular among hikers. Read full report.
Ten years after the species was thought to have disappeared in Argentina, an ocelot was sighted in the northeastern province of Corrientes, the Conservation Land Trust said. Read full report.
Game cameras show animals like deer and a fox are using a first-of-its-kind wildlife overpass built on Highway 9 near Kremmling last year. Read full report.
When night falls on the military training ground of Pulau Tekong, camouflaged figures emerge from the foliage - silent and invisible. They skulk through the vegetation, each individual on its own mission. Read full report.
You are wandering in the forest where you live, thinking about what you are going to have for dinner. Among the familiar calls of chickadees, you hear a foreign sound. You crouch in hiding, frightened for yourself and your family. Read full report.
Philipo Ormorijei is a local guide who lives in the Maasai village of Nainokanoka, in the Ngorongoro highlands of Tanzania, just outside Serengeti National Park. His village had a problem with a leopard eating their calves and goats, and was about to call in the Morani (warriors) to hunt and kill the predator. Read full report.
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