Good news for wildlife in Africa. Five countries have come together to create a conservation area that they hope will protect the animals from poaching and other threats.
When he arrived on the scene, Dep. Swartz found the deer standing dazed in the middle of the roadway. She was so still that at first he thought she was a decoy.
This week, the world population reached 7 billion people eking out a living. By the end of the century, it will top 10 billion. Overpopulation and overconsumption are the root causes of the environmental destruction of our planet.
This cuckoo had just stolen a reed warbler’s egg out of her nest when she came face-to-face with Czech photographer and film maker Oldrich Mikulica.
Emma Barratt, 23, had just graduated with a geography degree, and she wanted a vacation. But not just any vacation. So she decided to spend two weeks caring for rescued elephants in Thailand.
Oil continues to spill from the cargo ship that ran aground on a reef off the coast of New Zealand two weeks ago. The ship continues to list and fears are that it may break in two.
“It’s a time of year when some Utahns can’t resist the sight of a big buck on the side of the road – even if shooting hours are over for the day,” said Amy Canning, a spokeswoman for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
The Daily Beast has a detailed story by Wayne Barrett about a three-day hunting expedition celebrating Perry’s father Ray’s 81st birthday in 2006.
The 27th annual Feast of St. Francis of Assisi at New York’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Sunday lived up to its reputation, according to everyone who was there.
Remember the story about the hunter who shot a bear and whose partner, trying to distract the wounded, enraged bear away from his younger partner, was killed by the bear? The older hunter, it turns out, wasn’t killed by the bear. He was shot by his own partner.