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Hiatus Ends

Wolves come in a wide variety of sizes and colours.

I’m back to posting on my blog . . . .I hope to post regularly, but also likely infrequently. 1,474 more words

Wildlife

the day I found cows in my garden (14/April/18)

the day I found cows in my garden was quite a long time ago now… back in the days of yore perhaps, or back in the day… 580 more words

APRIL 7, 1864: IT WAS A HUGE HUMPY BEAST

IT WAS A HUGE HUMPY BEAST

The first camel race in the United States was held in Sacramento, California, on April 7, 1864. The dromedaries belonged to Samuel McLeneghan who had paid $1,495 for 35 of them at an auction in Benicia, … 806 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Wildlife Safari's Safe Haven for the Scimitar-horned Oryx

While Wildlife Safari is one of the foremost cheetah breeding facilities in the world, our mission is focused on conservation for many different animals. In addition to our favorite big cats, the park is home to hundreds of animals, including the majestic Scimitar-horned Oryx! 441 more words

What We're Reading- March 2, 2018

Rock Art Natural History
Many ecologists are interested in the distribution of species and how community composition changes over time.  In the present, we can go into the field and survey for species presence and absence.  210 more words

Friday Link Dump

Federal government should manage Alberta’s threatened caribou: letter

Several Indigenous and environmental groups have asked the federal government to step in and protect some endangered caribou herds on provincial land in Alberta.

In a letter to federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, the coalition said Alberta hasn’t met Ottawa’s deadline for coming up with a plan to save five threatened herds in the northeastern part of the province heavily impacted by forestry and oilsands development. 392 more words

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