Wildlife

Why is there an increase in wildlife in SLC neighborhoods?

SALT LAKE CITY – If you’ve seen an increase in wildlife in your neighborhoods, you’re not alone. Cold and snow move wildlife from the mountains to the valleys. A herd of elk crossing I-80 and a coyote in Rose Park are just two recent occurrences involving animals in residential areas. Wildlife Resources Division reports that …

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Wisconsin wildlife images captured on trail cameras by the DNR program

Thousands of trail cameras are set up in the forests, plains and pastures of Wisconsin, silently waiting to capture the image of a passing elk, curious bobcat or galloping pack of otters. And millions of these images have been compiled for everyone to see thanks to the Wisconsin Snapshot program implemented by the State Department …

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Wildlife Conservation: Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom Protecting the Wild

through: Chris Tomier, This is a segment sponsored by Mutual of Omaha Job : January 10, 2023 / 11:20 a.m. MST Updated: January 10, 2023 / 11:20 a.m. MST This is a segment sponsored by Omaha Mutual. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List, more than 41,000 species are currently threatened …

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Saudi National Wildlife Center and International Fund for Animal Welfare sign agreement on wildlife protection

JEDDAH: Saudi design companies are increasingly creating products inspired by the Kingdom’s history, heritage and traditions. One is Samuda which aims to promote local art by designing unique gifts and souvenirs featuring largely unknown gems in the country. The brand is named after a village in the province of Al-Qassim which has a spectacular landscape …

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Turning off streetlights at night could help urban wildlife

With cities gradually making streets brighter at night to protect citizens, there are other consequences of well-lit urban areas that some people have overlooked. Wildlife, especially nocturnal creatures, suffer from 24-hour lighting. Johan Eklof, author of The Manifesto of Darknessjoined Moncrieff to discuss how cities and towns harm wildlife. “All the animals in the pantanal …

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Housing association offers advice on how best to support wildlife ahead of winter

A housing association is giving residents of Lichfield and Burntwood tips to make sure their outdoor spaces are ready for wildlife this winter. Bromford urged residents to play their part in supporting the animals as they prepare to go into hibernation. Tips include removing items such as seeds and fruits, as well as dog or …

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Meet Rathika Ramasamy, India’s First Female Wildlife Photographer

In a male-dominated industry, Rathika Ramasamy is leading the charge as India’s first female wildlife photographer. Whether it’s battling tough situations in the jungle or choosing his favorite destinations for wildlife photography, the intrepid photographer puts up with it all to Travel + Leisure India & South Asia. By Bayar Jain Excerpts from the interview …

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