Beautiful and endangered treasure clouded leopard ray of light your beauty shines all day and night.
The alarming study has just been published in Nature Communications. It finds, except for marine mammals, these coral sharks and rays are more likely to go extinct than any other group in the world. The usual culprits have been found to be behind this tragic state of affairs; overfishing, habitat loss and climate change. Bluespotted […]
The USDA’s Wildlife Services new assault on Migratory Birds at Brackenridge Park along with the City of San Antonio Parks turned violent in 2022! The USDA using a Depredation permit for lethal take (killing) from the Fish & Wildlife Service included Black Vultures and other species. I have observed Migratory Egrets and Herons for the […]
we swim the seas our belugaland. we raise our families we make our stand, our icy world, is paradise. people leave us alone. that would be nice. we just want to hunt and play, to live our lives the belugaway we are not cute objects. we are living whales, so when you are in the […]
To some observers, the noise sounds like fireworks, to others the noise mimics gunshots. With a few visitors fortunate or not so fortunate to observe the USDA’s Wildlife Services shooting the explosive cartridges out of a blank 22 handgun inside the park. The Safety Data Sheet lists the cartridge as an “exploding bomb”. The explosive […]
A new study in Manitoba, Canada shows how the “Great Gray Owl,” a common site, either soaring over the plains or perching and nesting in the forests of the eastern prairies, overcomes many obstacles to find its prey. The prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) – Photo by Soebe, public domain The bird is able to “punch” […]