Releasing predators in Central Park play a huge role in the fantasies and rhetoric of hunters. Could one have planted a dead black bear cub scare New Yorkers? Seems like somebody with access to dead wildlife was trying to make a point.
Keep reading Did a Hunter Leave a Dead Bear in Central Park to Teach New Yorkers a Lesson?
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.
Keep reading The Hunter: Crushing the fantasy if the Thylacine wasn’t extinct and someone wanted to kill it off again
A 1958 schlocky movie had the star power to ignite the environmental movement–if it hadn’t gone so horribly wrong.
Keep reading Wind Across the Everglades: hypnotically horrible
After years of fertility treatments, we got pregnant the day we adopted two beagles.
Keep reading We gave laboratory beagles a home, they gave us a baby
The women who care for wildlife around Houston have professionalized the group, which treats mockingbirds, armadillos, pelicans, sea turtles and anything covered in oil.
Keep reading Houston organizes rehabbers in Wildlife Center of Texas
Motion activated cameras are the most reliable way to see giant (up to 70 pound) armadillos, which are rare, loners hunted for meat across the Amazon.
Keep reading Camera trap best way to see vanishing Giant Armadillo
Longview, WA, is getting a second bridge at their First Annual Squirrel Festival August 6, when they’ll off a design contest to put up more squirrel bridges.
Keep reading One bridge not enough for squirrels of Longview, WA