Take a look at 7 amazing photos of wildlife in their unnatural habitat: the urban world

Seeing an animal on an empty street in the dead of night can feel strange and life affirming. During the pandemic in particular, city dwellers were shocked to see daring animals roaming the deserted streets of enclosed urban spaces. deer in paris, goats On the streets of Llandudno in Wales and even puma haunt the … Read more

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 wealth of famous species, but there is a world of potential waiting to be discovered across the United States. While each … Read more

The natural world in motion: Wildlife documentaries are local to our radar

The global climate has been in decline for decades now. The increase in the number and frequency of natural disasters is glaring evidence of that. Countries around the world are facing the real threats of climate change. Take Pakistan, for example. Since June this year, it has been inundated with rainfall and by August more … Read more

Don’t Catch Small Wild Animals: Leave Wildlife Wild

May 19, 2022 Click on the image to enlarge it Salem, Rekaz. – Young wild animals are rarely orphaned, so leave them where you find them. The advice you’ll likely hear if you bring a small wild animal home is to “bring it back,” and you may receive a warning or quote from the Oregon … Read more

The role of toxicology in preserving wildlife

an introductionplastic pollutionindustrial chemicalsPesticide toxicityreferencesin-depth reading Wildlife toxicology involves investigating how various environmental pollutants alter the physiology and anatomy of wildlife. These effects can determine the general fitness and survival of these animals by influencing their reproductive success, health and general well-being in the wild. Wildlife Toxicology. Image Credit: Alexmalexra / Shutterstock.com Animals in the … Read more

Oil company settles criminal cases in California spill | Health, medicine and fitness

Aimee Thaksin, Don Thompson SANTA ANA, CA (Associated Press) — An oil company pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to neglecting to dump crude off the coast of Southern California when its underwater pipeline ruptured last year, a leak that closed miles of coastline and closed fisheries. Meanwhile, in state court, Houston-based Amplify Energy and … Read more

Scientists discover a new way to predict the transmission of diseases in wildlife to humans, and vice versa

Over the past three decades, the incidence of humans with new animal diseases has gradually increased. Viruses, such as the worldwide coronavirus pandemic and the current monkeypox epidemic, have highlighted the critical need for disease ecological technologies that can predict when and where an outbreak will occur. New approach predicts disease transmission (Photo: Annie Spratt/Unsplash) … Read more

Officials shut down the Sacramento Wildlife Welfare Association

A Fish and Wildlife Service officer walks past signs thanking donors in the Wildlife Welfare Society parking lot on Wednesday. State wildlife officials have temporarily closed the only wildlife rehabilitation facility in Sacramento County to treat thousands of sick and injured animals annually. Leslie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com State wildlife officials temporarily closed Sacramento County’s only wildlife … Read more