Eco-friendly Ways to Keep Wildlife and Pests Out of Your Home

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If you have recently noticed some unwanted wildlife or pests inside or around your home, pinpointing how to get rid of them and what to use to do so can feel overwhelming if you have never handled a task like this before on your own.

Cool Facts About Common Backyard Wildlife

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Learn more about the bizarre and fascinating lives of your wildlife neighbors. Wildlife Outdoor Rec Traveling Naturalist Urban Conservation


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Huntington Beach oil spill destroys wildlife habitat


A wildlife habitat has been destroyed after 127,000 gallons of oil spilled along the Huntington Beach coast in Orange County, California. Officials are working round the clock to clean up the shores

Watching Wildlife on Skis

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From the Field Wildlife Outdoor Rec Traveling NaturalistHow to see the wild things on your next ski outing.

Create Wildlife Habitat Around Your House

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Tips and resources turn your yard into wildlife habitat – without bothering the neighbors. Wildlife Insects & Pollinators Plants Restoration

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Reducing the Speed Limit Won’t Make Roads Safer for Wildlife

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Not so fast: reducing speed limits may seem an easy way to reduce wildlife road deaths, but research suggests otherwise. Wildlife Deer TNC Science Urban Conservation

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Wildlife Wall

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Consider creating an attractive wildlife wall to lure them in and keep them happy. gardening green living green living tips wildlife wildlife garden Many beneficial garden insects, such as ladybugs and ground beetles, struggle to find habitats in our neat gardens.

Possum Terrors and Rediscovering Urban Wildlife

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How a move across the world - and a terrifying possum - helped me rediscover urban wildlife. From the Field Wildlife Traveling Naturalist Urban Conservation

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Giving Wildlife Room to Roam in the Face of Climate Change

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Why Idaho’s Pioneer Mountains give wildlife room to roam in the face of climate change. The post Giving Wildlife Room to Roam in the Face of Climate Change appeared first on Cool Green Science. Climate Change Climate TNC Science Wildlife

How Does Extreme Winter Weather Affect Wildlife?

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With the recent blizzards, have you wondered how wildlife fares in nasty weather? Wildlife Birds Herps Mammals Nature Pop Top 10Matt Miller offers a look at how creatures from Virginia opossums to non-native reptiles are affected.

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A Wildlife Lover’s Time Machine Wish List

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Wildlife Endangered Species Traveling Naturalist Weird NatureIf you could go back in time, what species would be on your wish list?

Troubled Waters: How Global Marine Wildlife Protection Can Undermine Fishing Communities

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Troubled Waters: How Global Marine Wildlife Protection Can Undermine Fishing Communities

Resolving Wildlife Conflicts Humanely in Urban America

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As cities in the United States continue to grow, wildlife wandering into big cities is becoming more and more common. The best way to remove a snake, though, is to call your local animal control or wildlife control professionals. Animals wildlife conservation wildlife management

Another wildlife photo

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This is the robins' nest right outside our back door. This is the second batch (?) of babies of the nesting season. I think we might be able to enjoy one more batch (?): Photo Credit: John Whitehead

Fear the Squirrel: How Wildlife Causes Major Power Outages

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Wildlife Urban ConservationSquirrels may pose a bigger threat to the power grid than cyber-attack.

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Welcoming Winter Wildlife


Watching butterflies and birds or spotting a rabbit contribute as … The post Welcoming Winter Wildlife appeared first on Earth 911. Excerpt from: Welcoming Winter Wildlife.

Make A Home For Wildlife

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You can make a difference for conservation in your own backyard. A new book tells you how. Ideas Our Nature Reads

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NASA Prototypes New Tracking Tag for Sea Otters and other Wildlife with USGS and Monterey Bay Aquarium

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NASA Prototypes New Tracking Tag for Sea Otters and other Wildlife with USGS and Monterey Bay AquariumToday's technology offers far better solutions, creating a network of animal trackers that can deliver accurate, GPS-enabled otter locations more frequently.

Picture of the day: neighborhood wildlife

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Is Your Landscaping Killing Wildlife?

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Snow on the Hoof: How Deer, Elk and Other Western Wildlife Cope in Harsh Winters. Make Your Yard (or School Grounds or Office Building) a Wildlife Haven. Other plants and shrubs can kill wildlife. Many invasive plants may not kill wildlife as dramatically as the Japanese yew, but they actually are even more harmful. Some landscaping plants spread beyond yards and choke out wildlife habitat. You’re watching a deer out your window as it munches on your shrubs.

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Become a wildlife guardian this autumn

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As birds struggle to survive the autumn chill your garden can become a haven RSPB suggests five easy ways to help, including making wildlife friendly food and leaving out kitchen scraps These simple guidelines can improve your garden birds’ chances of survival throughout the colder months Fiery colours sweeping through parks and woodlands, complete with leaves crunching underfoot, mean autumn is here.

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Thanks Dad! Five Surprising Ways Wildlife Fathers Play Outsized Roles

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Five stories of unusual wildlife “dads” in honor of Father’s Day. Wildlife Birds Fish Mammals Natural History Top 10

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Hilton teams with World Wildlife Fund

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| Green Travel News | Hilton Worldwide, in an effort to reduce its impact on the environment, has forged an alliance with World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The initial three-year collaboration also will further WWF’s mission to protect and conserve […] Hilton teams with World Wildlife Fund is a post from: Green Traveler Guides. Asia Green Travel News Singapore Xtras ban on shark fin soup Hilton LightStay Singapore green hotel World Wildlife Fund and Hilton

Think Drones are Bad for Wildlife? These Videos May Change Your Mind

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Drones deservedly have a bad reputation for terrifying wildlife, but it doesn’t have to be that way. From the Field Nature Tech Wildlife Robots, Drones & Infrared TNC Science

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World's longest wildlife bridge could become reality across the Mississippi River


A proposal to repurpose the bridge connecting Iowa and Illinois across the Mississippi River into a national park and wildlife crossing has gained traction

Camera Trap Chronicles: Enjoy a Gallery of Kenyan Wildlife

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Enjoy great images of wildlife large and small captured on camera traps at two Kenya wildlife conservancies. Nature Tech Wildlife Camera Traps Mammals Photography Technology Try This

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Top wildlife destinations in North Africa

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Toubkal National Park certainly makes for one of the best wildlife holidays in North Africa. Consisting mostly of desert vegetation, the place is home to a large variety of wildlife which include the Barbary sheep, a species which is endemic to the region. At the base of Toubkal.

Collars or Cameras: How Do Researchers Best Monitor Wildlife?

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Wildlife researchers are increasingly shifting to trail cams to monitor wildlife populations. Nature Tech Wildlife Camera Traps Mammals Research Technology

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40 infectious photos of wildlife comedians!

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(Photo by Artyom Krivosheev/Barcroft Images/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2016) . Photographers Paul Joynson-Hicks and Tom Sullam tap into animal magnetism to boost support of wildlife conservation. Their second annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards is inciting “conservation through competition”, helped by heaps of belly laughs, and the unbelievable images are real. Photo by Gil Gofer/Barcroft Images/Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2016) .

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7 Wildlife Disease You’ve Never Heard Of

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Wildlife diseases are an often-overlooked threat. Wildlife Disease & Parasites Endangered SpeciesWe give you the short details on seven little-known bacteria, fungi or viruses threatening wild species.

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10 Top National Wildlife Refuges To Explore

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A greater yellowlegs at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge. The National Wildlife Refuge System is one of shining stars of United States conservation history, and the refuges in this system offer some world-class nature experiences. Like so many great conservation ideas, the national wildlife refuge began under President Theodore Roosevelt. Most offer great opportunities for birders , wildlife watchers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Fish and Wildlife Service.

"Wildlife Refuges Boost Home Values" on the 90-Second Naturalist

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"Amenity values of proximity to National Wildlife Refuges: An analysis of urban residential property values."  This research quantifies the property value benefits of National Wildlife Refuges near urban areas on the eastern coast of the U.S.A. This study:  Liu, Xiangping, Laura O. Taylor, Timothy L. Hamilton, and Peter E. Grigelis. "Amenity " Ecological Economics 94 (2013): 37-43. Abstract. This

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Citizen Science Tuesday: Wildlife CSI

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What is Wildlife CSI? How does the local wildlife behave around the compost heap? Wildlife CSI (Compost Scene Investigation) is on the case, and you could be one of their investigators, joining a crack team of sleuths that includes crowbots. Why is Wildlife CSI Important? By classifying the images caught on camera, Wildlife CSI is working to better understand how composting impacts the foraging ecology of wild birds and mammals. Image courtesy of Wildlife CSI.

10 Great State Parks for Wildlife

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However, many times they’re overlooked by naturalists who view state parks as picnic spots that don’t offer much in the way of wildlife. Across the country, state parks offer some incredible opportunities for birders, natural history enthusiasts and other wildlife buffs. I’ve focused here on state parks I’ve actually visited that are great for wildlife and natural history. It also offers fantastic wildlife viewing. Want more wildlife watching?

Huntington Beach oil spill destroys wildlife habitat


A wildlife habitat has been destroyed after 127,000 gallons of oil spilled along the Huntington Beach coast in Orange County, California. The spill poses a threat to wildlife and human health. So far, wildlife experts have reported recovering four live birds covered in oil. Huntington Beach oil spill destroys wildlife habitat. Officials are working round the clock to clean up the shores.

The Devastating Consequences of Wildlife Poaching


Wildlife poaching has grave. It is important to know that the consequences to wildlife are not only devastating; they are also pervasive. Quick Navigation for The Consequences of Wildlife Poaching. What is poaching of wildlife and why it is illegal? What is poaching of wildlife and why is it illegal? Wildlife poaching is the unlawful hunting or capturing of live animals. . Further reading: Should We Treat Illegal Wildlife Trade as a Serious Crime?

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The Ultimate Winter Wildlife Guide: Enjoy and Understand Creatures in the Cold

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A complete resource covering winter bird feeding, winter adventures and the science of winter wildlife. Wildlife Birds Field Notes Fish Herps Mammals Nature + People Nature Pop

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How Will the Polar Vortex Affect Wildlife?

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Many wildlife species, like snowshoe hares, are well adapted to survive cold temperatures. Many wildlife species, of course, are well adapted to thrive in even the coldest of temperatures. While it’s still too early to tell how this week’s weather will affect wildlife, research suggests some species will not fare well. In Florida, species like Burmese pythons and green iguanas can become invasive, posing serious threats to native wildlife.

Recovery: How Herbicides Can Save Fish and Wildlife

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Many times, the best tool in fighting invasive plants is strategically deployed herbicide. From the Field Invasive Species Plants Restoration

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The Ultimate Guide to Yellowstone Wildlife Viewing

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Everything you need to see great wildlife responsibly in Yellowstone National Park. From the Field Books Mammals Migrations National Parks Travel Traveling Naturalist

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Can Solar Farms Promote Local Food Security, Wildlife Habitat?


A big concern with large-scale solar farms is the impact … The post Can Solar Farms Promote Local Food Security, Wildlife Habitat? Original post: Can Solar Farms Promote Local Food Security, Wildlife Habitat?

Koalas Have 2 Thumbs & Other Weird Australian Wildlife Facts

Nature Conservancy - Science

So read on for a compilation of some of the wonderful wildlife weirdness from Oz. I spend a lot of time looking at birds, which as far as wildlife goes is a fairly benign taxa. Wildlife Asia Pacific Mammals Weird NatureWhen it comes to biological weirdness, nowhere on earth do things get as collectively bizzare as Australia. Think multi-pronged genitalia, venomous-but-scrotumless platypus, heaps of stupid common names, crazed cassowaries, and multi-vaginaed kangaroos.

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Spring’s Top 10 Wildlife Spectacles

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It’s the perfect time of year for a wildlife road trip. Wildlife watchers are a friendly lot; ask folks where they’re having the best sightings. The National Wildlife Refuge system offers opportunities to view ducks and other wetland wildlife. Traveling Naturalist bats Birding Birds mammals National Parks prairie Protected Areas sage grouse wetlands wildflower wildlife travel Photo: Matt Miller/TNC. By Matt Miller, senior science writer.