For most people, the sight of an approaching crocodile, mouth wide open, would provide the fright of a life. And their fear would be rightly placed, as encounters between man and saltwater crocs typically have deathly ends for the former. Not for Matt Wright, the so-called “outback wrangler”. “Stay, sit, sit!” Wright instructed the croc ominously
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Common Murres. Photo: Trish Gussler/Flickr (CC BY NC ND 2.0) Climate change will bring more frequent and more severe heatwaves.  Even when these extreme events last only a few days, they can have severe consequences for people and wildlife.  We know that heatwaves can threaten vulnerable communities of people.  For these people, finding safe places
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4 min read This is love ❤️ For the last several months, due to the lockdown, Dulci Barbosa’s café business in Brazil has been shuttered — but she never stopped serving meals to one very special customer.  A sweet stray dog named Deneres. Dulci Barbosa Deneres started visiting Barbosa’s café last year. Being a dog
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Sure, it might look like any old — ahem — dried up herb that you might associate with Woodstock, but does that mean it gives cats the same feeling of happiness or mellowing out that that unnamed Woodstock herb gives people? As a matter of fact, yes it does. What is catnip? In scientific terms,
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A new report has found that the United States bird populations continue to decline, and pesticides are part of the reason. The study shows that neonicotinoid insecticides are linked to reductions in bird diversity, specifically between 2008 and 2014. Source: Link TV/Youtube The use of neonicotinoid insecticides is linked to a reduction of grassland and
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Photos clockwise from top left: Loggerhead Shrike, Rick Derevan/Audubon Photography Awards; Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Barry Jerald Jr/Audubon Photography Awards; Ruddy Turnstone, Walker Golder; Western Screech-Owl, Ken Shults/Audubon Photography Awards We get it: You don’t care about sports. When someone yells “foul!” you look for a gallinaceous bird. Or maybe you do enjoy catching a game, but with everything going on right
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Red Crossbill. Photo: Ryan Mandelbaum As the days grow shorter and neotropical migrants return to their wintering grounds, North American birders begin eagerly awaiting a report that can single-handedly determine their winter birding plans: the Winter Finch Forecast. Each year, the online post, developed and written by Ron Pittaway, offers predictions of the movements of enigmatic birds like
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