101 Freeway Crossing to Give P-22, Other Wildlife Room to Roam — KTLA

Like many urban singles, the mountain lion P-22 lives a solitary life in a too-small habitat. And he has a hard time finding a mate in the big city. P-22 is seen in a photo provided by the the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area on May 2, 2019. Famous for traveling across two freeways…

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For the Birds: Bald eagles and the Endangered Species Act — Birds of New England.com

Here is the latest For the Birds column … There is something magical about seeing bald eagles. Thankfully, that magic is being felt more and more lately as the eagle population has rebounded dramatically over the last few decades. Not long ago, bald eagles were rare sightings. You pretty much had to visit a place […]

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Meet the Model – Pippa the Pine Martin — Wildonline.blog

Meet the Model , Pippa the Pine Martin by Graham Stewart Pippa the Pine Marten – Martes martes Once extremely common in Britain, The Pine Marten was persecuted to near extinction, by 1915 only small pockets of them remained. The decline was brought about by 3 main factors, they were hunted for their fur, game […]

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Book Review # 53 – Birds In Winter — H.J. Ruiz – Avian101

Birds In Winter Surviving the Most Challenging Season Author: Roger F. Pasquier Illustrated by Margaret La Farge Publisher: Princeton University Press Review: This book being reviewed is quite interesting because it explains what happens to birds when winter comes. For most people that observe birds, are used to see them mostly in spring, summer and […]

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Terrified Teens Hide Out as Bear Breaks Into NorCal Home, Helps Itself to Midnight Snack From Fridge — KTLA

As two teens watched TV at home late one night, little did they know that the person in the other room opening the refrigerator for a midnight snack wasn’t a person at all. It was a bear. “I heard footsteps, and then I heard Tupperware being opened really loudly and aggressively,” 15-year-old Hayes Sherman said.…

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