Cape Cod revels in its shark attack. You’ll see all kinds of shark souvenirs and you can try to see one on a boat tour to see seals (what the sharks are after).
Keep reading Cape Cod loves its seals–and now sharks, too
The new scorecard for the FWS recovery effort: 58 Mexican wolves in wild. Agents killed 13 on purpose, 18 by accident and let another 43 get killed illegally. Oh, and zero new wolves released since 2007.
The Prospect Park owls have learned to fly, but are still hanging around near their nest with their parents.
The movie imagines the elusive animal really does survive, only a big drug company wants to kill it off for a magic potion it secretes.This is by no means the movie wildlife watchers would make about the fantastic hope that a living thylacine represents.
Bald eagles chose the post-industrial wasteland of Chicago’s way South Side to build their first nest in the city in 130 years. The Chicago PD cancelled plans for a huge outdoor firing range nearby that environmentalists hated anyway.
NY wants to double the number of bobcats hunted by expanding when and where they can be shot or trapped–all the way the suburbs of New York City. The new hunting area will include the burbs around Cold Spring and Woodbury Commons outlet mall.
Keep reading NY wants to bring bobcat hunting close to NYC
In New York City, you don’t have to be a good enough birder to spot the owl. Just good enough to spot the birders watching the owl.
MT Gov wants to hunt bison in Yellowstone Park. The USDA wants to chemically castrate them. Either way, ranchers get to cut their numbers.