Wildlife expert who directs the Dallas Coyote Management Program

Photo by Julia Cartwright. Please do not feed the animals What you do know for sure is that wolves like to live among people, especially when they associate a human with a food source. “It makes them want to hang out.” And this turns into a habit for the animals and their offspring. “People who … Read more

Wildlife Control: Grizzly Bear Management

This story is excerpted from MT Lowdown, a weekly newsletter with original reporting and analysis published every Friday. In anticipation of eventual delisting, the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department made a proposal to direct the management of grizzly bears in Montana, which is home to more than half of the under-48 grizzlies. In an … Read more

What happens to cold-blooded wildlife in cold weather?

The entire country is bracing for record low temperatures this week as the winter solstice approaches. While most northern states have passed their worst, some southern states are still waiting out Winter Storm Elliott. Temperatures in the Deep South are expected to drop into the teens Thursday night, which could spell disaster for fish, reptiles, … Read more

Winter Wildlife Wonders | News, sports, jobs

Photos by Gary Brandenburg – A winter wonderland of frosty tree limbs helped add beauty to the landscape last week. Freezing mist/fog allowed moisture to build up on the trees in an amazing way. The opportunity to make new photographs was the theatre. All the photographer had to do was find a willing subject or … Read more

Walter Meadowed: Fish and Wildlife is unlike any other department in state government

This comment was by Walter Meadowed, a resident of Derby. The steady stream of news stories and commentary on the topic of the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife’s positions on a range of wildlife policies and practices continues into the new year with the death of a dog rescued in a body-crushing wildlife trap … Read more

Genasys Inc. On an international application to protect birds and wildlife worth $1.6 million

Genasys Inc. The follow-up LRAD systems order will be integrated with Avian Radar SAN DIEGO, Jan. 26, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Genasys Inc. (not availablesDrAbdul Qadeer: GNSS)And Today, the global leader in unified vital communications systems and solutions, announced a $1.6 million LRAD systems order for bird and wildlife conservation. These systems will be integrated … Read more

Parks and Wildlife Asks Legislature for $2.2 Million to Support Rollout of Keep Colorado Wild Pass – The Journal

A fisherman rows his boat in the North Shore Marina on March 5, 2022 at Lake Pueblo State Park. (Mike Sweeney/Exclusive for The Colorado Sun) The launch of the parks card underpinning CPW’s new financial model has been vexed by challenges The launch of the Keep Colorado Wild Pass is not going smoothly as planned. … Read more

On the front line against wildlife poaching in Uganda

“The community is our most important stakeholder,” says Kagoro Wilson, Warden of Community Conservation at the Uganda Wildlife Authority. “One of our interventions is to equip and train communities in ways to chase and return elephants to the park without causing injury or death to the wildlife or the community.” Many park boundaries are porous, … Read more

UK wildlife ‘devastated by a series of weather swings’ in 2022 | Climate crisis

A leading conservation charity said this year’s turbulent weather – including severe storms, scorching heat and deep cold – has destroyed some of the UK’s most precious flora and fauna. The harsh conditions have made survival very difficult for animals from frogs and bats to birds and butterflies, and from large trees to meadow flowers. … Read more

Chaparral and Wildfire | Wildlife News

Sandstone and Chaparral outcrops along Hurricane Dick, San Rafael Wilderness, Los Padres NF, California. Photo by Georg Werthner Chaparral is one of the most extensive vegetation communities in California due to the state’s Mediterranean climate of winter rainfall and summer drought. Chaparral is especially common in the Coast Range, Traverse Ranges, and the western slopes … Read more