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Archive for Wildlife

NH officials: Leave fawns and wildlife alone – Boston.com

Boston.comNH officials: Leave fawns and wildlife aloneBoston.comThis is not the first time officials have warned the public against interfering with young wildlife no matter how well-intentioned. Yellowstone Park officials issued a press release to visitors in May after the death of a bison calf that was put in a ...Wildlife officials: Leave deer and fawns alonenewsnet5.comReminder to Leave Wildlife AloneLondonderry Newsall 6 news articles » wildlife - Google News [read more]

A Simple Idea Could Help Wildlife Survive Climate Change – Climate Central

Climate CentralA Simple Idea Could Help Wildlife Survive Climate ChangeClimate CentralCorridors could help alleviate that. They aren't literally corridors or paths for wildlife to stroll along, but rather stretches of land where the habitat — say, a river or well-managed commercial forest — is healthy enough to migrate as the world warms.'Climate Corridors' Could Save WildlifePopular ScienceScientists think that creating 'little plant and animal highways' could help species [read more]

WCS 2016 Gala Raises Over $1.5 Million To Support Global Wildlife Protection – Forbes

ForbesWCS 2016 Gala Raises Over $ 1.5 Million To Support Global Wildlife ProtectionForbesThe Wildlife Conservation Society held its annual Gala at the Central Park Zoo Thursday. The evening raised over $ 1.5 million to support WCS' mission We Stand For Wildlife, which blends science, conservation action, and education to protect “wildlife ... wildlife - Google News [read more]

How Tourists’ Phones Are Threatening South Africa’s Wildlife – TakePart

TakePartHow Tourists' Phones Are Threatening South Africa's WildlifeTakePartThere are a growing number of people who want to see South Africa's famous “Big Five” wildlife—the lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, and African buffalo—without the wait. Tourists are using mobile phone apps that allow users to share tips on animal ...Latest Sightings Disputes Claim Apps Are Harming WildlifeBloombergSouth Africa's national parks consider banning wildlife sighting appsFox NewsSouth Africa [read more]

UN-backed fund expands wildlife protection plan to 19 countries in Africa and Asia – UN News Centre

UN News CentreUN-backed fund expands wildlife protection plan to 19 countries in Africa and AsiaUN News CentreThe expansion for the Global Wildlife Program was approved by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and includes contributions from the Asian Development Bank, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) ...Africa: GEF Steps Up Efforts to Combat Wildlife Crime With Additional US$ 40 Million to Expand ProgramAllAfrica.comMasterwebNews 10/6/16 [read more]

UN-backed fund expands wildlife protection plan to 19 countries in Africa and Asia – UN News Centre

UN News CentreUN-backed fund expands wildlife protection plan to 19 countries in Africa and AsiaUN News CentreThe expansion for the Global Wildlife Program was approved by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and includes contributions from the Asian Development Bank, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) ...Africa: GEF Steps Up Efforts to Combat Wildlife Crime With Additional US$ 40 Million to Expand ProgramAllAfrica.comMasterwebNews 10/6/16 [read more]