Living Alongside Wild...Tigers: There have been a lot of reports about a recent scientific article demonstrating that people and tigers and India have worked out a clever way of sharing the same space. People don't want to run into potentially dangerous felines when they're walking to work and tigers don't want to encounter anybody that could be a potential poacher. So, when they need to use the same paths, they do it at different times of the day.
Amazing Wildlife Photography: This is a must-see, a slide-show (with narration) of some incredible wildlife shots submitted to this year's Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition. Which pictures stood out to you?
Indigo Snake Conservation in Alabama: In his blog, Life is Short but Snakes Are Long, Andrew Durso provides a great summary of the recent research surrounding the reintroduction of the Indigo Snake in Conecuh National Forest.
I Hear You: An columnist for the Henderson State University (Arkansas) newspaper vents about a constant parade of dead rattlesnake pictures and outlandish reptile myths.
Want to Learn More?
Carter NH, Shrestha BK, Karki JB, Pradhan NM, & Liu J (2012). Coexistence between wildlife and humans at fine spatial scales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109 (38), 15360-5 PMID: 22949642