Up to 1 Billion Animals May Have Been Affected by Australia Wildfires, Egologist Says — KTLA

In a grim video posted on Twitter, a man drives into the fire-ravaged town of Batlow, in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW). Both sides of the road are covered with ash and lingering smoke. They’re also littered with the charred remains of animals killed in wildfires that have ripped through the region.…

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Nature’s Way Almanac 2020 — Oakland County Blog

WILDER SIDE OF OAKLAND COUNTY January January is the month that some lament the onslaught of winter storms, but for those that love the ways of nature, it’s a month of grand adventure and discovery. It’s a time to hike and breathe deeply under evergreen trees and, if Mother Nature cooperates, snowshoe on backcountry trails. […]

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Success Stories: National Geographic — nature has no boss

More good news stories for 2019 this time from National Geographic in an article titled “Wildlife wins: 7 good-news stories from 2019“. The article begins with an all to often heard hours of “Optimism can be in short supply when it comes to wildlife and conservation. Going on describe several events that are disconcerting to […]

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Squirrel Challenges in my Tawny Box! — www.wildlifekate.co.uk

This year’s tawny box at Yew View has been a real challenge this year! We had great success in this box early this year and I was keen to get it even better for next year’s nesting season. I have installed new camera angles and spent a lot of time very high up the tree […]

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Climate Change Is Starving Out Reindeer in Sweden’s Arctic — TIME

(KIRUNA, Sweden) — Thick reindeer fur boots and a fur hat covering most of his face shielded Niila Inga from freezing winds as he raced his snowmobile up to a mountain top overlooking his reindeer in the Swedish arctic. His community herds about 8,000 reindeer year-round, moving them between traditional grazing grounds in the high…

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