Friday, September 19, 2014

Friday Roundup: The Week's Wildlife Links (September 19th, 2014)

First of all, did you catch Jonathan Hakim's awesome four-part guest post series this week about python conservation in Bangladesh? You must. Start here.

Chinook Salmon spotted above Giles Canyon, Washington. First time seen in Upper Elwha River in over 100 years.

The Axolotl is still hanging on, but it's not out of the woods/water yet.

National Geographic has a revolutionary approach to science television: not making $#%$t up.

Florida man poaches six Gopher Tortoises for the dinner table and law enforcement only charges him for possession of one because, the officer doesn't see this often? Please someone explain why that's a good excuse for leniency.

Did I miss something interesting? Let me know below.


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