Adorable Adoptables — The Wild Horses of Alberta Society

Spring it feels is finally here after such a brutal February and first two weeks of March. We thought that we just update everyone on little “Chaska” the foal born in December. With January being so good the little one was able to gain size and strength. Then with such a good mom he was able […]

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Pinyon Jay — nature has no boss

While getting ready to go for a hike a while ago we were pleased to have the company of numerous Pinyon Jays buzzing about in the parking area collecting seeds. According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Pinyon Jays are highly social birds of the lower mountain slopes of the western United States, the Pinyon […]

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Spring Road Trip Idea: Head on Over to Nebraska to Watch the Great Crane Migration — Nature in Chicagoland

Spring has finally sprung in Chicagoland! If you look to the sky, you’ll occasionally see hundreds of sandhill cranes, geese, ducks, and other migrating birds as they travel north (from their winter homes in northern Mexico, Texas, New Mexico, and other places) to their warm-weather breeding grounds in the upper Midwest, Alaska, and Canada. The […]

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Teddy Bear Accidentally Left Behind by San Francisco Family Gets Luxury Extended Stay at Hawaiian Resort — KTLA

When 2019 started off with a beloved toy gone missing and a child in tears, the January blues hit hard for Anna Pickard. The San Francisco-based creative director had just arrived from a family vacation in sunny Hawaii when she made the awful discovery that someone hadn’t made the flight. Sutro, her son’s teddy bear, had been left at the five-star Grand Hyatt Kauai, where they’d been staying. As anyone who’s ever lost a favorite toy knows, sometimes that’s just the sad end […]

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Update from the Field: Yellowstone’s Fast-Track Buffalo Slaughter — Straight from the Horse’s Heart

Source: Buffalo Field Campaign In the last two years the Interagency Bison Management plan (IBMP) has killed almost 1,200 bison in 2018 and 1,300 in 2017 Yellowstone National Park continues to capture wild buffalo inside their Stephens Creek buffalo trap, located in the Gardiner Basin. As of this writing, approximately 160 of the country’s last […]

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Birds of Madagascar, with Doug Cheeseman – Evening Meeting: Tuesday, April 2, 7:30 p.m. — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG

With five** endemic families, Madagascar has some of the most unusual birdlife on Earth. Madagascar has some of the highest biodiversity on Earth and some of the most cooperative and photographical endemics, especially among the mammals, that you can find anywhere on the planet! It’s a wildlife photographer’s paradise with so many species of lemurs, […]

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Blind Golden Retriever in North Carolina Gets His Own ‘Seeing-Eye’ Puppy — KTLA

The internet has fallen in love with a pair of adorable dogs named Charlie and Maverick after their story of companionship gained national attention this week thanks to a viral tweet. Charlie, who is almost 11 years old, had glaucoma – which led to both of his eyes being removed, according to KTLA sister station…

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