2022-23 North Carolina Wildlife Photo Contest Announcement

2022-23 North Carolina Wildlife Photo Contest Announcement

RALEIGH, NC (October 4, 2022)–The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is now accepting registrations for its 18e annual Wildlife in North Carolina Photo contest. The competition is open to amateur and professional photographers of all ages, excluding Wildlife Commission employees, and their immediate family (children, siblings and spouses). Entries will be accepted now until January … Read more

Help Wildlife Near Me app designed to save koalas, other animals during bushfires

Help Wildlife Near Me app designed to save koalas, other animals during bushfires

Scientists looking for koalas in the Blue Mountains started making some exciting discoveries, but the Gospers Mountains mega-fire ripped through the ancient bush. Key points: New app will help Blue Mountains residents save the lives of koalas and other wildlife It connects people with information on how to help wildlife and who to call It … Read more

Tasmania’s wildlife carers invest savings in new wildlife charity

A man and a woman looking to camera a smiling as they each hold a young wombat.

A year after experienced wildlife carers Jess O’Connor and Duncan McInney moved to Tasmania, they had spent their bail on injured animals. Ms O’Connor says after seeing the “huge” need for more carers in the state, choosing needy wild animals rather than buying their own place seemed like the right thing to do. “We kind … Read more

Oro Valley residents worry about litter in wildlife corridor

Oro Valley residents worry about litter in wildlife corridor

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) — Barbed wire, broken glass and other debris are piling up in an area where wildlife is common and it’s becoming an eyesore for some residents. This takes place in the Wildlife Corridor near the Oro Valley Market off Tangerine. Some locals worry that this trash could harm wildlife if … Read more

Here’s how non-native animals can pose a real threat to Florida wildlife

Here's how non-native animals can pose a real threat to Florida wildlife

It’s not unusual, but still fun, when you see a headline about a huge Florida alligator strutting around a golf course, climbing a fence, or even trying to cross a busy road. Floridians have come to appreciate alligators and realize that we have built our homes where their homes were. [TRENDING: DeSantis discusses potential for … Read more

The Day – Lymes artists put their stamp on wildlife conservation

The Day - Lymes artists put their stamp on wildlife conservation

They call it the Duck Stamp: the proceeds of the US government’s only juried art competition and the source of over a billion dollars to help preserve wildlife refuges. The stamp, part of the duck hunter licensing process, was the subject of an award-winning documentary and a satire by comedian-turned-newscaster John Oliver chronicling the eccentricities … Read more