A testament of true love in the animal kingdom.
High Levels of Toxic PFAS Chemicals Giving Alligators Lupus: Study
A new scientific study has found that high levels of toxic PFAS discharged from an industrial plant has contaminated the water and is the likely culprit for making alligators sick with autoimmune disorders that appear similar to human diseases like lupus.
Best Wildlife Photos 2022: NatGeo
Here are some awesome wildlife photos from National Geographic: Go HERE.
Captive Animals and Hurricane Ian
What happens to all the animals in the many zoos and wildlife sanctuaries during Florida’s Hurricane Ian?
Lolita the Orca Whale May Finally be Set Free
Lolita is a killer whale who was captured some 52 long years ago, and forced to exist in a small enclosure to entertain humans. Animal welfare activists have been working for decades to get her set free. Now, it appears, that day may be finally coming.
Hippos: ‘Most Endangered Animals’ List Candidate
Hippos could be added to the list of the world’s most endangered animals because of dwindling populations caused by the climate crisis, poaching and the ivory trade.
How to Help Monarch Butterflies (They are in Trouble!)
Last week the migrating monarch butterfly was added to the “red list” of threatened species and categorized as “endangered” for the first time. Here are practical ways you can personally help save the monarch butterflies.
Positive Tone Matters when Speaking to Animals: Study
According to new scientific research, the way we talk around animals and the way we talk to animals may have an impact on their well-being.
World Bee Day!
World Bee Day is celebrated every year on May 20th to raise awareness for the essential role bees and other pollinators play in our and the planet’s survival.
Bold Monkeys Learn Faster than Shy Monkeys
New research has revealed that bolder monkeys learn faster than shy ones, which was especially evident for members of some family groups.
The State of Honey Bees
USDA annual reports that examine the gain and loss of colonies, including losses due to colony collapse disorder.
Wildlife death and illness reports
Wildlife death and illness reports: WHISPers, hosted by the USGS National Wildlife Health Center, is a repository for sharing basic information about historic and ongoing wildlife mortality (death) and/or morbidity (illness) events.