Biologists and wildlife advocates cite science to drive Grey’s plan

Laura Lundquist (The Missoula Stream) More than two dozen organizations and scientists have offered critiques of Montana’s proposed grizzly bear management plan, hinting at obstacles that might hinder the delisting. With three days left until the closing of the comment period on the state’s grizzly bear management plan proposed by the Gianforte administration, 27 organizations … Read more

How solar farms can double as wildlife sanctuaries

Australia’s renewable energy transition has prompted the construction of dozens of large-scale solar farms. Prosperity helps reduce Australia’s dependence on fossil fuels, but it requires converting large tracts of land to host solar infrastructure. Solar farms are mostly built in rural areas. This has been raised concerns about a potential decline in both agricultural production … Read more

The Wildlife Council proposes to cancel Vasco stretch | Goa News

Panaji: The National Wildlife Council has proposed canceling the double-track of the Vasco-Castlerock-Tinaighat section, and instead laying double-track the Hubballi-Ankola road.Board members, while discussing the Karnataka proposal at the Standing Committee meeting of the Inter Railway Project pregnant and Ankola last month, said there was a “need to avoid” deforestation and, therefore, the double-tracking of … Read more

Beech Wildlife Column: Listen to our woodpeckers

Occasionally a fourth species may also be observed – the wryneck, although this species is a passerine bird. The great spotted woodpecker is a medium-sized, widely distributed bird that inhabits a woodland habitat but can also be seen in urban parks and gardens. Adult males are black and white with a distinctive red spot under … Read more

An overgrown car park and former rubbish head in Sydney’s inner west has been transformed into an urban haven for wildlife

A neglected plot of land in Sydney’s Inner West is set to be transformed into an urban wildlife refuge as conservation experts increasingly seek small plots of inner city land. The 0.6 hectare portion of Crown land known as The Hill, which lies behind Glebe’s Tramsheds, is currently walled. Parts of the green space are … Read more

Wildlife is in a habitat crisis – and needs our help

A recent New York Times headline provides what may best sum up the biodiversity crisis: “Animals are running out of living quarters. The world has lost half of its natural ecosystems, and wildlife populations have shrunk by an average of 68% since 1970. Why? As the Times article so accurately puts it, “Humans are taking … Read more

Ignoring Threat to Wildlife – Death of Maharashtrian Black Bucks highlights road homicide mitigation

New Delhi: It was twelve black bucks killing An accident along the Solapur-Bijapur highway in Maharashtra on Saturday night alarmed wildlife experts who stressed the need to implement mitigation measures along linear projects that interfere with wildlife movement. Linear projects such as roads and railways are known to cause habitat fragmentation, making it risky for … Read more

Forever Wild Wildlife Rescue offers a Basic Rehabilitation Class on March | Life

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