Riparian Buffers for Wildlife

Riparian Buffers for Wildlife
Riparian forests have been severely damaged or removed for many human uses, including agriculture, timber harvesting, development, and recreation. losing these buffers has negatively affected wildlife habitat and water quality throughout the state.

Give Life to Wildlife.
More Canadians coast to coast trust and support the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s efforts to conserve our natural habitats and wildlife. Thanks to you, we are Canada’s largest supporter-based conservation charity. 100% Canadian. #ConserveTheWonder …

Living with Wildlife
Florida’s wildlife and human population are encountering each other more often than ever before. As humans develop more open space and wildlife habitat is reduced and fragmented, encounters between humans and wildlife become more common. For most people …


Tufts Wildlife Clinic

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Tufts Wildlife Clinic supports the New England region by providing medical care and rehabilitation for wildlife patients with the goal of release back into the wild. Tufts Wildlife specialists advance knowledge in the fields of wildlife and conservation …

Transfer & Importation of Wildlife
A person may give, leave, receive, or possess any species of legally taken wildlife resource, or part of the resource, that is required to have a tag or permit attached or that is protected by a bag or possession limit if the wildlife resource is …

Wildlife Viewing
Few other places in North America offer such a bounty of wildlife-watching opportunities as Colorado. Who in your group will win the eagle-eye award by spotting some of Colorado’s most majestic residents — state mammal bighorn sheep, bald eagles …


Wildlife Assistance/Nuisance Wildlife

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Generally if you find a baby animal it is best to leave it alone. Often the animal is not orphaned, and the parent may be out getting food for the animal, or watching the baby. Never pick up baby animals and remove them from their natural environment!

What’s on
Langdon Visitor Centre: Join us on our wildlife safari to see what exciting wildlife is to be found in February. We’ll then head inside for a scrapbook session and finish by making something wonderful to take home! Suitable for primary school…

8 Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnerships
In a major effort to connect city dwellers to nature, the National Wildlife Refuge System has established eight pilot urban wildlife refuge partnerships this year. The pilot partnerships allow the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to work with key community …


Wildlife charity sees surge in prickly customers this winter

trendWildlife charity sees surge in prickly customers this winter
A WILDLIFE rescue charity has seen a surge in prickly customers as they care for more than 100 hedgehogs in need of winter TLC. Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue, based in Leigh, near Cricklade has taken in 126 hedgehogs in a bid to get the spiny critters …
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Grant program benefits Nevada County fish and wildlife, applications now open
NEVADA CITY, Calif. November 21, 2016 – The Nevada County Fish and Wildlife Commission is soliciting grant proposals for Fiscal Year 2017/2018. The grant program is supported through the Nevada County Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund, which receives …
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Interesting Photo of the Day: Not Your Average Wildlife Photo Shoot
Have you ever seen a bird pose for a squirrel for a portrait shot? What about when they switch roles and photograph each other? These two photos show the mock playfulness between the two as each one positions themselves in the frame whilst the other …


Latest Wildlife News

trendLincoln School of Science and Technology partners with Division of Wildlife for field trip
Zach Holder’s makeshift display table was filled with animal skulls, antlers and pelts. Set up at one end of the Arkansas Riverwalk Trail on Friday, Holder, a game warden for the Colorado Division of Wildlife, had everything laid out for Lincoln School of …
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Smooth-coated otter sighted for first time in Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary
Smooth-coated otter was sighted for the first time in the mangrove forest adjacent to the Krishna Wildlife Sanctuary in Krishna district, Andhra Pradesh. Seven otters, including a family of four, were found in a playful mood. They were photographed while …
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Parks Department Creates Wildlife Unit to Help NYers Co-Exist with Animals
NEW YORK CITY — An uptick in deer sightings — along with raptors and coyotes — has prompted the Parks Department to develop a separate Wildlife Unit that will focus on finding ways New Yorkers can live peacefully with our wild neighbors, DNAinfo …


Hunger Pains: Stop Feeding Wildlife

trendHunger Pains: Stop Feeding Wildlife
Many people enjoy feeding wildlife because it allows them to have close encounters with animals and they believe the food is contributing to the overall health and survival of the animal. However, providing food to wild animals can have unintended negative …

DEC Launches New York Watchable Wildlife Program with Wildlife-Related Events Across the State
More than 110 New York State sites are featured in the New York Wildlife Viewing Guide, a book that maps out and details many of the locations across the state for viewing wildlife, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe …

Ten Favorite Trees for Wildlife
It’s tree planting time and a chance to plant, restore and protect natives that provide wildlife habitat and nourish the natural world. Here are ten of our favorite native trees and the benefits they provide for a whole host of species. Red cedars …


Latest Wildlife News

trendLogistics firms sign up to combat trade in illegal wildlife products
A partnership of economic and wildlife experts will carry out a study into China’s illegal trade in ivory to see how a ban might impact trade in the region, and poaching in Africa. The Chinese government announced in May that it would phase out …
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Academics Disagree With Wildlife Biologists On Wolf De-Listing
A group of academics disagree with the de-listing and cite ecological theory, claiming that wildlife experts are getting it wrong and write in Science that de-listing has led to decreased survival and reproduction, smaller packs, social disruption and …
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China Focus: China considers amending wildlife law to stress habitat protection
BEIJING, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) — China’s top legislature is deliberating an amended draft wildlife law focused on habitat protection. The draft is scheduled for its first reading at the bimonthly session of the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing …
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Bobcat kitten and juvenile bald eagle take up residence at Salato Wildlife

trendBobcat kitten and juvenile bald eagle take up residence at Salato Wildlife
Bobcat kitten and juvenile bald eagle take up residence at Salato Wildlife Education Center. Two new residents — a bobcat kitten and a juvenile bald eagle — are now on display at Salato Wildlife Education Center. Justin Hamilton, an animal care …
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Karla Bloem: Using non-toxic shot is good for wildlife–and people
There are more than 100 species of wildlife that have been documented eating lead shot. It has been determined that California condors cannot survive in the wild on their own as long as lead ammunition is used (the birds are caught annually to test and …
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State Fish and Wildlife saltwater fish checks
Mark Yuasa: 206-464-8780 or; on Twitter: @markkyuasa. Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. View Comments. No personal attacks or insults, no hate speech, no profanity. Please keep the …
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Latest Wildlife News

trendWildlife Wednesday: Madagascar’s Aye-Aye
Much can be said about Madagascar’s Aye-Aye lemur. It fills a unique ecological role; it has character; or, it’s simply a gentle creature whose worst sin is having bad hair. The one thing no one says, however, is that it’s good-looking. It is, put …
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Desert cat hunters cut wildlife protection costs
Desert Wildlife Services ecologist Rachel Paltridge says people now settled in this community continue to practise mosaic bush burning to maintain pastures and flush out game, particularly smaller mammals and larger reptiles. The Rangelands grant will …
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Controlled fires help maintain forest wildlife
Fall is the perfect time for controlled fires. With warm temperatures and some moisture in the air, fire experts said it is the ideal time for prescribed burns. Jay Pence, district ranger of Caribou-Targhee National Forest, said these are called …


Latest Wildlife News

trendLETTER: Hunters do not own wildlife
Governor Christie permits the Fish and Game Council’s (FGC) illegal ownership of NJ wildlife — a publicly owned natural resource. This violates the Public Trust dating to ancient Rome and England’s Magna Carta. Hunting regulation changes mandate …
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Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge seeks volunteers for visitors center
Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is hosting a variety of workshops and programs in September, starting with an orientation session for prospective volunteers on Saturday, Sept. 5 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. Volunteers are needed to staff the …
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The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are a real thing and they’re absolutely
Wildlife photography doesn’t have to be all about stoic photographs of animals running across the Serengeti while the sun sets in the distance. It can be, well, a little bit light-hearted and stupid. We present to you The Comedy Wildlife Photography …
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