2 Dozen Wild Pigs Tear up Bay Area Parks, Lawns in Search of Food — KTLA

An official says more than two dozen wild pigs have been ripping up a San Francisco Bay Area city’s community park, soccer fields, lawns and landscaping all over town looking for food. Jonathan Katayanagi, Lafayette’s director of parks, tells the East Bay Times feral hogs have been spotted on occasion in Lafayette for at least the past…

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Finland 2019 – The Elusive Wolverine — www.wildlifekate.co.uk

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It is sad. If you google ‘wolverine’, you get a fictional Marvel character, rather than the stunning mustelid that the cartoon character was named after. Many will have no idea what a wolverine is. Very few will ever see one in their lifetime. I am one of lucky few to have seen a wolverine in […]

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Rare Albino Hedgehog Found in Riverside Backyard — KTLA

Nic, a rare albino hedgehog found in a Riverside backyard, has found a home. Riverside County Department of Animal Services officers found the furry little critter on Sept. 13 and took it into their care. Hedgehogs are illegal in California so Nic stayed with the county until this week. Spokesman John Welsh says the hedgehog was turned…

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Border Wall Could Destroy Wildlife Habitat at National Monument in Southern Arizona, Sierra Club Says — KTLA

There are four endangered species found in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a 515-square-mile federal natural reserve in southwest Arizona, which is marked by 200-year-old majestic saguaro cacti. This part of the Sonoran desert is vast and desolate – and it’s an area where the National Park Service is trying to promote the growth of…

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