POLL: Should fishermen in Peru be allowed to continue slaughtering dolphins? Shocking Video!

Peruvian fishermen slaughtered dolphins to use as bait for shark fishing, an undercover investigation has revealed. Footage showed infant and adult dolphins being harpooned then stabbed and clubbed before, in some cases, being cut open and butchered while still alive. The slaughtered dolphins were cut up and used as bait. Dolphins are also killed for […]

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2019 NZ Bird Calendars by Raewyn Ireland Photography

Hi. I have just printed up a few more of my wall calendars, and am offering these for sale. All photos are taken by me, are excellent quality, and all birds are named in a title below each of them, including their  Maori names where applicable. There are 14 photos all up, (ALL full page, […]

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Atajacaminos tijera (Scissor-tailded Nightjar) Hydropsalis torquata

Como lo hemos dicho en muchas oportunidades la fotografía de aves es una cuestión de suerte, además de coincidir en el momento exacto con una determinada especie en particular y además contar con el equipo preparado y listo para capturar un registro novedoso como en este caso por lo inusual de encontrarse con estas especies […]

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Cinder the Bear Was Tragically Killed by a Hunter, After Famously Surviving a Wildfire

One evening in July 2014, as the worst wildfire in the history of Washington State burned nearby, a little bear cub with third-degree burns on each of her paws crawled up a driveway into Steve Love’s backyard. Love gave the emaciated cub fruit and water through the night until an officer with the Washington Department […]

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Yemen Linnet

Yemen Linnet Carduelis yemenensis is a common resident of the south-west highlands, frequenting weedy terraced fields, that have been harvested, where it was often seen in flocks of up to 200 birds. It has also been recorded on the Raydah escarpment along the Raydah Pipeline Road, Al Jarrah and Al Azah. In 1987 it was […]

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Coalition Speaks Up to Stop National Wildlife Killing Contest

Animal advocates are taking action to stop a barbaric coyote killing contest, which is one of the first to take this cruelty nationwide. These contests, which are also known as drives, tournaments or derbies, reward people of all ages with cash prizes and weapons for killing the biggest and most animals. Sadly, coyotes, who have […]

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Farewell Harns Marsh Preserve And SW Florida

My likely last visit to Harns Marsh Preserve in Lehigh Acres, Florida, occurred in late October when I met up with Canadian wildlife photographer Frank Constantin. The weather was favorable with the grass well groomed and 39 species of bird observed in the ensuing two hours after sunrise during our stay. A good number of […]

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POLL: Should the MOTV trophy hunting channel be closed down?

My Outdoor TV (MOTV), an online channel that debuted last weekend in the United Kingdom and is already available in the United States, may sound like it celebrates nature and the great outdoors, but that is very far from the case. No, the programming on MOTV – which costs $9.99 a month and is being […]

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