Conservation

Saving the Jaguar

A campaign has been launched to save the jaguar in Northern Mexico and parts of south-western United States where its numbers are endangered. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will...

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US Carvers Creek State wildlife park continues to expand

A collaboration between conservationists and the Military has led to the expansion of an American park being managed for tourism and wildlife. International conservation organisation The Nature Conservancy has recently...

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Save the shark: Ban shark finning

Measures to protect the shark aren't new. But in spite of countries declaring protective laws and punishment for shark hunters, shark fin soup remains a delicacy and this ocean predator...

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Horses: Cruel victims of lucrative drug trade

The border between Arizona and Mexico is seeing some unusual victims of the drug trade that is very prevalent here. Horses, often young and badly abused, are the latest victims...

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Sea Shepherd clashes with Japanese whalers

The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society was pleased to have been able to send their anti-whaling boats to Antarctica before the Japanese whalers were able to leave port, including their new...

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Long way to restoring Bald Eagle Population

There is more to the Bald Eagle, the only eagle unique to North America, than just being the national bird and symbol of the United States of America. A victim...

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