Friday, August 22, 2014

Friday Roundup: The Week's Wildlife Links (August 22nd, 2014)

The waters off of NYC are full of whales and sharks. Here, a Humpback whale breaches in front of the NY skyline.

Great read on how wildlife hybrids are becoming more common as our natural landscapes change.


Entire new town planned for construction in Florida Panther habitat.

Scientists suggest ending trophy fishing of threatened species. Background information on the topic from one of the authors.



In Peru's Blood Festival, it's a condor vs. a bull.


Invasive Cuban Treefrogs are creeping up Florida.


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Friday, August 8, 2014

Friday Roundup: The Week's Wildlife Links (August 8th, 2014)

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Great Read: Caviar's Last Stand: how the international caviar underground ended up in the Ozarks.


Trying to persuade New York to ban wildlife-killing poisons.




Another Ocelot is killed in South Texas. Meanwhile, FOURTEEN Florida Panthers have been killed by cars so far this year.

Good news for the Cougars wandering around Los Angeles.

The Vaquita Porpoise may be the next large animal to go extinct. There are 97 left.

Why are some snakes resistant to poisons in their prey?

Natural history is dying and we are all losing.

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