The US National Park Service (NPS) has requested volunteers to help with bison overpopulation to which over 45,000 people have applied to kill bison in the Grand Canyon. The famous national park in Arizona is looking for 12 skilled volunteers to control the herd, which
While turtles are usually found in the ocean, various volunteers discovered over 800 baby turtles in a storm drain near the New Jersey shore. Over the past few days, volunteers have saved hundreds of baby terrapin turtles from drains across several oceanside communities. Apparently, these
Each member of Animal Kingdom is majestic, and what’s even more beautiful is the love among them. Be it birds or insects, mammals or reptiles, everyone shares a special bond with certain members of their species. Wildlife photography brings such special bonds to light, exhibiting
The arrival of the critically endangered newborn antelope in the Polish zoo has created waves of happiness among conservationists. A mountain bongo was born in Warsaw Zoo in Poland two weeks ago. The calf is now enjoying its first walks with its mother after a
To feed stray animals during coronavirus lockdown, the Odisha government has sanctioned Rs. 60 lakh from Chief Minister Relief Fund. The money has been allocated to five municipal corporations, 48 municipalities and 61 Notified Area Councils (NACs). Last week, the Department of Housing and Urban
The second wave of coronavirus has hit India like a tsunami. The healthcare workers are devoted to saving lives across the country amid oxygen shortages and overwhelmed hospitals. While the people in India are grappling with the seriousness of the pandemic, eight Asiatic lions at
Humans are far too fascinated with the concept of zoos, capturing animals and gawking at them has been a much-loved setting. However, animals are at their happiest in their natural environment, and wildlife photography exhibits that eternal beauty. At a time when many wildlife species
Revatha, an iconic Sri Lankan elephant died in North Central province in Sri Lanka in early March after being electrocuted by an electric fence. Four other elephants met a similar fate in the same region, reflecting the danger from illegal electrified fences in the country.
Dogs are known to be man’s best friend, and as a good example, intelligent dogs at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya work to maintain security in the area. Recently, the paw-squad successfully made four arrests, bringing the poaching incidents to zero. Hands down to their
The number of one-horned rhinos has crossed an exciting number in Nepal’s wildlife sanctuaries by more than a hundred, reaching a thrilling milestone for the Himalayan nation’s conservation efforts. Nepal’s national rhino census is conducted every five years and provides information crucial for future conservation.