My recent study about Kingsnakes and Copperheads (which I describe here) is getting some attention in the press, like here, here, here, and here. But, not everybody's convinced: check out what John Jensen thinks about the study here in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Tell him what you think about that below.
Ever caught a turtle on a fishing line? You're not alone: check out my recent study describing how many freshwater turtles are swimming around with fish hooks inside of them.
Nile Crocodile found in Florida. They've got plenty of tegu company. Move some of them Florida pythons around, and they'll find their way back.
Conservation of Thailand tigers takes dedication and cooperation when they wander into other countries, like Myanmar. Things are presumably safer for them now that one of India's most prolific tiger poachers has died.
Elephants can recognize different human languages and react differently depending on whether those languages are associated with people that have hunted or killed elephants in the past.
In the New York Times: Wolves have been brought back to Yellowstone National Park. Are we blowing their supposed ecological impacts out of proportion? Yes. No.
Who would've thought that a law to prohibit the pouring of gasoline down wildlife habitats would be controversial? C'mon Texas.
Moving bears around to hunt them in Romania makes things difficult when you're studying their genetics and natural movement patterns.
What to do when wolves and grizzlies are crossing a Canada road a lot? Close it.
Interesting interaction (on video) between two geckos and a hungry a snake. Is this hippo saving a wildebeest from a crocodile? It sure looks like it.
The search is one for the "loneliest whale in the world".
Where can you find dogfish? It depends on how old the fish is, and whether it's a male or female.
Ethyl the Grizzly Bear continues to wander around Idaho.
Captive breeding and conservation programs for the Sumatran Rhino are getting desperate. When is incest best? Meanwhile, another has been captured in Borneo-maybe she can help.
The accidental casualties of our seafood industry (and menu choices).
We sure know how to treat our rare wildlife here in this country: Michigan cougar killed. Two men prosecuted. Florida men caught cannonballing manatees could face prison. Who killed this radio-collared Washington wolf? This radio-collared wolf from Oregon made the mistake of wandering into Idaho, where it was legally killed. How about these bison killed within Yellowstone National Park?
I guess it's not just a U.S. thing: poachers kill one of Britain's most well-known stags: the Monarch.
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Kitten photo proof that ocelots are breeding in South Texas.
Thought to be extinct Harlequin Frog "re-discovered" in Costa Rica.
Iranian hunters vow to stop killing increasingly-rare wildlife.
California bans rodenticides harmful to wildlife.
Did I miss something interesting? Let me know below.