Animal Conservation

Happy Everyone: Adoptable Pets to Bring in 2022, December 25-26

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Life has changed for everyone. Whether you have been directly affected or know someone who has been affected by COVID-19, I hope we can find solace in each other. PITBULLS AND ADDICTS Recently I had a pleasant conversation with Michael Favor, founder of “Pit Bulls and …

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“The idea was to keep nature, humans, animals on the same pedestal”: Sanjay Garg on his new collection “Sher Bagh”

Fashion designer Sanjay Garg was born in Sariska in Alwar where in 2005 all 17 tigers went extinct, as reported by a wildlife committee set up by the government of Rajasthan. The shocking incident, which has been called “the biggest wake-up call in the country’s conservation history,” left its mark …

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California researchers describe 70 new species in 2021

In 2021, researchers at the California Academy of Sciences added 70 new plant and animal species to the Tree of Life, enriching our understanding of the complex web of life on Earth and strengthening our ability to make conservation decisions. illuminated. The new species include 14 beetles, 12 sea slugs, …

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Insects greatly contribute to ecological restoration

Insects greatly contribute to ecological restoration “ BKP Sinha Insects help break down organic material like corpses and animal droppings. This is important because it reuses nutrients, making them available to aerate the soil. Rewilding is a progressive way to preserve the environment. It is a form of environmental conservation …

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Bobcat caught in a camera trap

Every month, Mongabay brings you a new episode of Candid Animal Cam, our show featuring animals captured in camera traps around the world and hosted by Romi Castagnino, our writer and conservation scientist. Camera traps bring you closer to the secret natural world and are an important conservation tool for …

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Dolphin surprises wildlife experts with an underwater pear tree

A Risso’s dolphin was caught on camera performing an unusual underwater “pear tree”, leaving wildlife experts wondering what it was up to. The dolphin was seen performing the maneuver – suspended vertically with its nose down, fully underwater and slowly spinning – thanks to drone footage used to probe marine …

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Mexican gray wolf straying in New Mexico blocked by border wall

CITY OF SILVER, NM– In the first documented case of the US-Mexico border wall separating two endangered wolf populations, a Mexican gray wolf – likely in search of a new home and mate – has been stranded at the border in New -Mexico last month. The wolf’s GPS collar periodically …

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Clever and nocturnal ninja that lashes out in the houses of the city | Print edition

By Kasun Warakapitiya Views) : Some inhabitants of the city and the suburbs are increasingly disturbed by the nocturnal activities of palm civets, which take refuge in their homes. The palm civet is a small mammal with a long, hairy tail and a pointed muzzle. There are times when residents …

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TC report can play a key role in migratory bird conservation / Public information service

GREENWICH, Connecticut – North America has lost three billion birds since 1970, and a new report shows how Connecticut, a major stopover for migrating birds, may play a role in reversing the trend. The Connecticut Audubon Society’s annual State of the Birds of Connecticut report features 37 species of birds …

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Why you should book a trip with a conservation group

Look beyond traditional travel agencies to book your next outdoor adventure. Share this article FFor many American travelers, 2021 was the year of the national park. As the pandemic continues to disrupt international travel, it has also sparked wider interest among Americans in exploring the great outdoors in their own …

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