Animal Conservation

Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club donates to animal welfare groups

Robinsons Malls, through its Happy Pets Club, has a program that reinforces its commitment to promoting responsible pet ownership through partnerships with two of the nation’s well-established pet advocacy groups – Animal Kingdom Foundation and Pawssion Project. The collaboration between the Robinsons Malls Happy Pets Club and these two pet …

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UK: Farmers are the most reliable part of the supply chain

The UK Levy Board, which represents farmers, producers and other players in the supply chain, has been monitoring consumer confidence since 2019. The results of the AHDB / Blue Marble study found that almost two-thirds (63%) feel very or somewhat positive about UK farming. The same study yielded particularly positive …

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World-renowned photographers join forces to protect the environment

Written by Amarachi Orie, CNN The last moments before the death of the last male northern white rhino, a 66-year-old elephant swimming in the ocean, and the famous primatologist Jane Goodall in search of chimpanzees in Tanzania in the early 1960s; these are all moments captured in a collection of …

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Start of phase two inspections of farms | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED Pennsylvania DEP and the Clinton County Conservation District have started a second phase of farm inspections in Clinton County. MILL HALL – The Pennsylvania DEP and the Clinton County Conservation District have begun a second phase of farm inspections in Clinton County. The purpose of this phase of …

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Dormouse bridge over the railway could save endangered species | Wildlife

Measuring 12 meters long and only 30 cm wide, it is a bridge of miniature proportions. But it is hoped that the square metal tube – which will become the first ‘dormouse bridge’ across a British railway – could help save Britain’s endangered wild dormouse population from extinction. The new …

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Ivermectin could help save endangered Australian sea lion

Ivermectin is an effective treatment for hookworm in the endangered Australian sea lion, according to research from the University of Sydney. Hookworm infection contributes up to 40 percent of puppy deaths. In December of last year, the species was reclassified as “endangered” due to a 64% reduction in offspring over …

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Balala says Kenya to learn from SA on best models for wildlife conservation

NAIROBI, Kenya, November 25 – Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala said on Thursday that Kenya will consult with South Africa in January on the best conservation models that will boost Kenya’s strategies to improve the tourism sector and of the country’s wildlife. Balala, who spoke at the launch of the …

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CDFW News | Wildlife Conservation Board funds environmental improvement and acquisition projects

Wildlife Conservation Board funds environmental improvement and acquisition projects Photo of the Attiyeh Ranch Nacimiento River and rock outcrops by Kaila Dettman. At its quarterly meeting on November 18, 2021, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $ 25 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife …

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Lessons from rehabilitating the world’s smallest wildcat

The rust-spotted cat population thrives outside protected forest areas, in human-dominated spaces such as agricultural landscapes. In this commentary, the author recounts the journey of a rusty cat who was the first to be captive-bred and released to the wild in India. Countless wild animals are found in zoos and …

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Weatherford veterinarian appointed to Texas Animal Health Commission

Governor Greg Abbott appointed Alecysa “Ali” Broyles, DVM and Benjamin Turner, Ph.D. and reappointed Kenneth “Ken” Jordan and Coleman Locke to the Texas Animal Health Commission for terms expiring September 6, 2027 The commission works to protect and improve the health of animal populations throughout the state. Alecysa “Ali” Broyles, …

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