New England’s new golden age of wildlife

So let’s look at it, at the long story of how science-based wildlife management, based on a set of principles developed in the 19th century, brought New England wildlife from its darkest days to an era when state agencies required hunters to do so. . Eat more animals. In the broadest sense, what we see … Read more

Restoring America’s Wildlife Law is a step closer to reality

Wildlife across the United States is at risk. State fish and wildlife agencies have collectively identified more than 12,000 species of mammals, birds, fish and insects, which you’ve likely never heard of, because they need proactive protection measures. If passed, the Restoration of America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) would provide funding for such efforts. The Restoration … Read more

Alana Stevenson: Do you care about wildlife? Look at your wallets

This comment was written by Alana Stevenson, an animal behaviorist who lives in Charlotte. Many Vermonters don’t know how to manage Vermont’s wildlife. We tend to think of Vermont as picturesque, green, and progressive. In fact, when it comes to wildlife, animals, and the environment, Vermont lags far behind many other states. In fact, there … Read more

Walter Meadow: Refocus the Fish and Wildlife Commission so it’s on conservation

This comment was written by Walter Meadwid, a Derby resident who serves on the Orleans County Natural Resources Conservation District Board of Directors. Vermonters should rethink the focus of the Fish and Wildlife Department. Threats to biodiversity and shifting human values ​​are challenging the foundations of the Department and the Fish and Wildlife Council. The … Read more

New Wildlife Crossing Money Will Help Endangered Animals: NPR

A mountain lion captured by a motion-sensitive camera in the Verdugo Mountains overlooking the city lights of Los Angeles. The new Wildlife Crossing money will help animals whose habitats have been cut off by roads. National Park Service Hide caption Caption switch National Park Service A mountain lion captured by a motion-sensitive camera in the … Read more

Lawmakers Urge Wildlife Agency for Better Communication – Tennessee Lookout

The Republican chair of the Tennessee Senate Committee on Energy, Agriculture, and Natural Resources on Wednesday asked state wildlife officials to consult with the legislature before embarking on any part of a controversial plan to clear hardwood forests in the White County wilderness area. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has planned to clear about 2,000 … Read more

American oyster catcher roams the East Coast – Virgin pilot

Cindy Hamilton photographed banding American oyster An adult with a chick on Cedar Island near Wachapreague on the eastern shore. “Birds have been linked for centuries to help determine migration patterns, determine bird ranges, and study bird longevity and behavior,” Hamilton wrote. Ray Trenchant gets an adorable close-up of mom Osprey And the last of … Read more

Scientists use camera traps to create a database of Amazon wildlife

Puma was caught on a camera trap. (Photo: WCS Ecuador) We may never know the full beauty of the vast natural world. But thanks to the scientists from Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) We are one step closer to discovering a small corner of the Earth. For conservation research, the organization has set up hundreds of … Read more