Recently, numerous oil spills across the Pacific Coast and Gulf of Mexico have impacted the survival and habitats of thousands of animals.We spoke with the Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center of Huntington Beach, California to learn about their work stewarding the health of wildlife.
Room to Roam: The Importance of Wildlife Connectivity & Crossings
Beth Pratt of the National Wildlife Federation has been championing for years what will become world’s largest urban wildlife crossing, planned for suburban Los Angeles.
Stone Age Skills and Why Do We Need this Ancient Wisdom?
Chris Morasky, one of the top Stone Age skills experts in the US, speaks on how ancestral wisdom can balance our technological lifestyles.
Anthropocene Arrives, Climate Collapses, and No One Cares
Clive Hamilton writes on how governments, people, corporations, the world continues to plan for the future as if climate scientists don’t exist. The greatest shame is the absence of a sense of tragedy.
Wolves Howl in 21 Different Tongues, So to Speak
As US Republicans take aim at wolves in Alaska, research into their vocalizations found multiple identifiable “dialects” that establish differences between species.
Wild Cuba: Accidental Eden, Endangered
Last Wild Bison Persist Despite Montana Wildlife Politics
A twenty-year old activist blocked the access road to Yellowstone National Park’s Stephens Creek bison trap, preventing more of the last wild bison from being shipped to slaughter. As well, the Montana Supreme Court recently supported efforts to expand bison migratory habitat north of the park in the Gardiner Basin.