The lame duck congress can act unified to protect the abundant wildlife

For decades American hunters have proven how to protect the great outdoors. Duck hunters, in particular, have been successful in preserving our nation’s wetland habitats–from the coastal swamps of the Chesapeake Bay to the prairie pits of the Dakota to the rich wetlands of California’s Central Valley. Figures from the latest release Report of the … Read more

Wildlife Summit to come up with a new plan to control wild turkeys in Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, NY — The upcoming meeting of city and state agencies and local elected officials has one goal: to develop a plan for dealing with “troublesome” wildlife on Staten Island. The main topic of discussion will be the turkeys in town. Central Island Councilman David Carr, District Chief Vito Fusella, the City Parks Department, … Read more

The Wildlife Conference promotes the protection of sharks and turtles

PANAMA CITY (AP) — An international wildlife conference has moved to enact some of the most important protections for shark species targeted in the fin trade and dozens of turtles, Lizards and frogs whose numbers are decimated by the pet trade. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, known … Read more

Explaining America’s Wildlife Restoration Act

The Biden administration is about to enact a law The largest part of climate legislation Ever, after the Senate passed Inflation Reduction Act Sunday by a consecutive vote along party lines. But there’s actually another huge piece of environmental legislation that could soon become law — and it has bipartisan support. Known by the acronym … Read more

Wildlife Conference promotes protection of sharks and other species

Confiscated shark fins were shown during a press conference in Doral, Florida, in 2020. An international conference on trade in endangered species ended Friday in Panama, with more than 500 species protected. Wilfredo Lee / Associated Press PANAMA CITY — An international wildlife conference has moved to enact some of the most important protections for … Read more

Wildlife conservation jobs

Wildlife conservation needs people from multiple backgrounds to come together. | Image source: Getty Images / iStockphoto IIt seems that members of the workforce in the 21st century are increasingly open to exploring careers that were considered non-traditional only a decade ago. Wildlife conservation and protection is one area of ​​business and activity that can … Read more

Hundreds of Colorado elk wear GPS collars, hunting cows to control them, while CPW fights to reverse the herd’s decline.

Colorado wildlife managers are galvanizing efforts to reverse elk decline in the southwestern quadrant of the state by controlling hunting and protecting wild habitats, with the goal of increasing calf survival amid severe droughts and development. And the Colorado Parks and Wildlife teams are launching an unprecedented statewide elk-spotting program. They will collect “several hundred” … Read more

Paddler groups are frustrated by the lack of regulation by the state wildlife agency – Tennessee Lookout

Brandon Archer was surfing the Buffalo River with his friends over Labor Day weekend three years ago, when he jumped in for a swim and tragically drowned. Archer became entangled in a trot line, an untwisted fishing line studded with hooks that stretched across the river. The MTSU soccer player passed away a day shy … Read more

Tasmania’s wildlife care system is collapsing due to heavy demand and a shortage of carers

Tasmania’s “broken” wildlife care system and lack of carers is behind this suffering From sick, injured or orphaned animals. the main points: The Tasmanian and New South Wales Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service (WIRES) is working to place injured wildlife with caregivers. However, there are not enough caregivers to handle the demand The Tasmanian … Read more