Rare rabbit could be at risk in NC, and scientists are rushing to collect its poop

Rare rabbit could be at risk in NC, and scientists are rushing to collect its poop

Research in North Carolina involving rabbit poop could help protect a vulnerable species in the state, wildlife officials said. An “elusive” rabbit known as the Appalachian cottontail faces several dangers to its survival, ranging from interbreeding to disease, in North Carolina, according to a March 8 North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission news release. But scientists […]

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Survival Skills: Cooking in Nature Without Modern Conveniences

Survival Skills: Cooking in Nature Without Modern Conveniences

Cooking in nature strips back the complexities of modern life, presenting an opportunity to connect with the environment in a primal way. It’s about utilizing what you have, where you are, to nourish yourself. Embracing the wilderness requires a shift in mindset from the convenience-driven approaches of contemporary kitchens to the resourceful, innovative methods of […]

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Finding mammals in Sydney (Urban mammals)

Finding mammals in Sydney (Urban mammals)

When most of us think about wildlife watching, cities are not the environments that usually come to mind. Typically urban development is associated with habitat destruction and local extinctions. However, not all wildlife species are equally affected by human activities and some have adapted and become quite successful in human-dominated landscapes. Sydney – Australia’s largest […]

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