Domesticated bees do not replace declining wild insects as agricultural pollinators

Sprinkled with pollen, buzzing bees fly from one blossom to another, collecting sweet nectar from brilliantly colored flowers. Bees tend to symbolize the pollination process, but there are many wild insects that carry out the same function. Unfortunately, wild insect populations are in decline, and, according to a recent study, adding more honey bees may […]

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Sumatran rhino found in Kalimantan after unseen in region for 20 years

Conservationists working to save the Sumatran rhino—one of the world’s most imperiled mammals—heard good news this week as WWF-Indonesia has found evidence of at least one Sumatran rhino persisting in the Indonesian state of Kalimantan, located on the island of Borneo. Small populations of Sumatran rhinos (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) survive on Sumatra and on Borneo (in […]

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Poachers enlisting impoverished wildlife rangers as accomplices in elephant, rhino killing

Corruption among wildlife rangers is becoming a serious impediment in the fight against poaching, fuelled by soaring levels of cash offered by criminal poacher syndicates, senior conservation chiefs have admitted. Rangers in countries as diverse as Tanzania and Cambodia are being bribed by increasingly organised poaching gangs keen to supply ivory, rhino horn and tiger […]

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Common Blue

After my Wildlife Photography session at Center Parcs in Whinfell Forest, Cumbria, I was heading back to my car when I spotted this little beaut amongst a patch of wild flowers. a a a Find more of my images on my, Blog: https://holywellbirding.blogspot.com Facebook Page :https://www.facebook.com/CainScrimgeourWildlifePhotographyAndFilm and Twitter :https://twitter.com/cainscrimgeour

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