Five US states not appreciated for wildlife lovers

Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota was established in 1978. GT When it comes to ecotourism, states like Alaska, Florida, and Hawaii have gained worldwide fame for their high levels of biodiversity and famous species wealth, but there is a world of potential waiting to be explored across the United States. While each state … Read more

Wildlife Hunting Tourism Market Will Have Booming Growth In 2022-2028

Huge monitoring provides prediction evaluation Wild Animal Hunting Tourism Market was broadcast. By correlating historical statistics with key market dynamics, our analysts can make extraordinarily intelligent forecasts. The document consists of an extensive assessment of the worldwide Wildlife Hunting Tourism market segmented by means of type, application, and region. Trends and potentials are highlighted in … Read more

Fishing lines and hooks are dangerous to wildlife | lifestyles

We all enjoy seeing our beautiful flocks of shorebirds pick up delicious bits from the water’s edge. We often stopped watching a brown pelican diving for food at high speed, breaking the surface of the water, scooping up a fish without breaking its neck. However, there is another aspect to this wonderful and beautiful spectacle, … Read more

US Department of Agriculture (APHIS) | Field evaluation of oral rabies vaccine for raccoons and other wildlife continues

Contacts:Tania Espinosa (301) 851-4092Susan Bond (301) 851-4070 WASHINGTON, July 25, 2022—The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced today that it will continue field evaluation of the ONRAB oral rabies vaccine (ORV) in seven states. This year’s field assessment is part of an ongoing project that addresses operational questions regarding bait density, distribution … Read more

What can bat genes tell us about coronaviruses?

Researcher Hannah Frank looked at the complex interactions between bats and coronaviruses and how they evolved together. Credit: Rusty Costanza Researchers have found that bats contain more proteins in their cells that are under stress from coronaviruses than the same proteins found in other mammals. This information may help scientists understand more about possible epidemics … Read more

Wyoming Sommers Actor Receives 2022 Special National Award for Fish and Wildlife

Representative Albert Summers, Sublette County (Dan Cepeda, Oil City) Casper, Yu. Albert Somers, Majority Leader of Rancher and Wyoming House, was honored with the 2022 National Land Private Fish and Wildlife Stewardship Award. The Wyoming Department of Fish and Game said Monday it had nominated Somers for the National Award. “Albert Somers is an outstanding … Read more

319 wild animals have been illegally killed in Utah since August 1, officials said

The Utah Department of Wildlife Resources reported that 319 wild animals were illegally killed in the state from August 1 through Friday. (Utah Department of Wildlife Resources) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Wildlife Conservation officials say there has been a slight increase in illegally killed animals ahead of the state’s … Read more

Zimbabwe relocates 2,500 wild animals due to climate change

Harare, Zimbabwe – A helicopter crowds thousands of antelopes into a container. A winch sedates upside-down elephants and turns them into trailers. Legions of guards lead other animals into metal cages and a convoy of trucks begins a 700-kilometre (435-mile) journey to transport the animals to their new home. Zimbabwe has begun moving more than … Read more

Back to Landscape: Southern Oregon Alliance Moves Ahead with I-5 Wildlife Crossings

One morning in late March, Charlie Shells, an ecologist with the Bureau of Land Management, walked across a steel railroad bridge that spans Interstate 5 near the summit of Siskiyou, four and a half miles from the Oregon-California border. Pebbles crushed under his feet with the roar of an uninterrupted river of cars and trucks … Read more

George: An unfortunate loot hunt is often a key to saving

This is an opinion piece written by Bart George, a wildlife biologist and hunter in Northeast Washington. For another perspective, read “The Trophy Hunting That Leads Away from would-be hunters” by Professor and author Paul Lindholt. When it comes to wildlife management and hunting, I cannot go into poetic poetry, quote Shakespeare, or ponder philosophical … Read more