Become a “Wildlife Champion” and actively defend the “Biodiversity of Planet Earth”

Earth is most likely experiencing its sixth mass extinction. The planet has been through at least five such catastrophes before, but this is the first one in human history — and the first one with human fingerprints. 58 percent of Earth’s vertebrate animals have been lost since 1970. Habitat loss and wildlife crime are the […]

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Welcome to our “NEW LOOK” website

This morning when you open your newsletter and click on an article, you may be surprised to find our “NEW LOOK” website. Our “NEW LOOK” website has been 6 months in the making and has three main advantages: Strikingly larger images in both the content and the banner for better visual impact. Light, open structure […]

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No Plan B for Berlin Bees

Can you think of a species which bakes its own food, dances with mates, fight wars against each other, and offer their queens flowery stuff (to make babies)? You’ve guessed it, bees. Not what you expected? Well, bees have been around for 100,000,000 years. That’s 99,800,000 more years than humans have walked the Earth. Recently […]

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For a new relationship with Wilderness

There was a time, not-so-very-distant-at-all, when wilderness management corresponded to “the art of producing sustained populations of wild vertebrates for man’s convenience, pleasure, and use” (Alexander, 1962). Wildlife conservation so far has indeed been more about human satisfaction than natural balance. A healthy wildlife population is one of the pillars of humanity and nature as we understand it. […]

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Microsoft pulls the plug on Skype-certified phones

Many people with Skype-approved telephone handsets woke up last Thursday morning to realize that their phones were no longer receiving incoming calls. It seems that thousands of people all over the world who rely on Skype-approved handsets as their only telephone connection have been left in the lurch and forced to bid adieu to their […]

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2016 – The Year of the Otter

Otters are special animals – not only are they wonderful to watch but they are great indicators to a healthy environment. And yet all over the world they are being exploited for commercial gain and in some places hunted almost to extinction. Did you know that for every tiger skin found there are at least […]

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WildFocus – the Photo Forum with a Difference!

Have you been frustrated by the tedious process of registration, searching for the validation email, losing your password and then having to create a new one? With WildFocus you can now sign in using your social media account. e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, AOL, LinkedIn or WordPress. Featured image: Green Kingfisher (Chloroceryle americana) perched on […]

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Meet the best wildlife photographers on © WildFocus

WildFocus is rapidly becoming one of the most popular, photo-sharing websites, and membership is open to all wildlife photographers. It not only allows easy upload and organization of your photos, it also allows unlimited storage space and sharing options. It’s easy to register your details and there’s no approval process, so you’ll be creating your […]

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Most Popular and Widely-Read Articles in Apr 2013

The purpose of this review is to highlight the most popular and widely-read articles during the previous month. During April our global team of wildlife photographers and authors published 182 articles in promoting the cause of wildlife conservation. First prize goes once again to Adam Riley with Komodo and its Dragons, an article published in […]

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Most Popular and Widely-Read Wildlife Articles from 2012

You may be surprised to learn that our global team of wildlife photographers and authors published more than 1,500 articles last year in promoting the cause of wildlife conservation. Although we’re already well into 2013, it is certainly not too late to review the successes from last year. Several of the more popular articles were […]

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