Friday, March 7, 2014

Friday Roundup: This Week's Wildlife Links (March 7th, 2014)

For the first time since 1947, a wolf was documented on Mount Hood, Oregon.

An article about some of my recent research describing how Kingsnakes might be affecting Copperhead populations.

Isopod in Japanese Aquarium doesn't eat for five years...dies.

Angler passes on World Record and instead releases shark alive.

Last week I linked to an article stating the extinct Labrador Duck may not have even been a real species. These folks disagree.

Rare White-tailed Eagle shot in Ireland. Golden Eagles making a comeback in Kentucky.

Chestnut trees might just be coming back to North America.

It's tough to be a crocodilian: pictures of an otter predation on an alligator and a python feeding on a crocodile.

Mountain Lion family caught on camera trap.

Blood, sweat, and tears. A story behind a research paper.

Funding pulled that was to help save the 100 remaining Sumatran Rhinos. Population of Javan Rhinos thought to have increased a bit. Graphic image/story of what rhinos face from poachers.

Eleven wildlife experiences that could disappear in your lifetime.

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