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Foresters kill two poachers in Kaziranga National Park

Archived, 2 days ago From Times of India 

New Delhi, INDIA - Forest staff at Kaziranga National Park on Saturday averted a rhino poaching bid inside the park when they shot dead two armed poachers in the Burapahar forest range. They seized a .303 rifle and ammunition from the slain poachers.

The ...

2 neglected dogs seized from dirt cellar at 10th Street home

Archived, 2 days ago From Omaha World-Herald  

Omaha, NEBRASKA - Two underweight, neglected dogs suffering from fleas were rescued from a dirt cellar by the Nebraska Humane Society on Thursday.

The dogs, both Shih Tzu mixes, were taken from a home at 2332 S. 10th Street.

The residents ...

390 Jumbos Killed a Year

Archived, 3 days ago From All Africa 

Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA - The country loses 390 elephants a year on average to poachers, the Kenya Wildlife Service says.

However, the elephant population is 38,000, up from 15,000 in 1989, thanks to a higher birth rate and conservation efforts, KWS acting depu ...

Parliament Must Convene Special Inquiry Into Rhino Poaching Crisis

Archived, 3 days ago From All Africa 

Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA - The DA will write to the Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Environmental Affairs, Jackson Mthembu, to request that a special inquiry be launched into the current Rhino poaching crisis.

Specifically, Parliament needs to be brief ...

Wildlife Officials Capture, Release Bear Cubs

Archived, 3 days ago From The Herald-News  

Las Vegas, NEVADA - Wildlife officials say they captured, tagged and released three 5-month-old bear cubs this week on Lake Tahoe's south shore in the interest of wildlife management.

The two males and one female were caught in a trap Wednesday near State ...

Derbyshire appeal to join campaign to help save our swifts

Archived, 3 days ago From Derby Telegraph 

Derby, U K - The sight of screaming swifts in our skies may become a thing of the past as their numbers decline. Nick Brown, of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, explains why and how a new project aims to help.

BLARING pop music coming from an open window ...

Wildlife thriving in Lancashire

Archived, 3 days ago From Garstang Courier 

Garstang, U K - Lancashire is a haven for wildlife according to the Canal and River Trust’s annual survey, the Great Nature Watch.

The North West region, which has a thriving network of canals, has accounted for 27 per cent of the overall national sig ...

Local businessman donates $15,000 to Neosho animal shelter

Archived, 3 days ago From Joplin Globe 

Joplin, MISSOURI - If someone finds a lost pet in Carthage or Joplin, he or she can take it to the area Humane Society. But in some area communities where animal control has been lacking, that is not an option.

Neosho is one of those communities. Until r ...

Be Cruelty-Free NZ Welcome Labor Pledge for Animals

Archived, 3 days ago From Scoop  

Auckland, NEW ZEALAND - The pledge from the Labour party to ban cosmetics testing on animals, plus the sale and import of animal tested products, comes after a two year Be Cruelty-Free New Zealand campaign by SAFE and Humane Society International. We issue the following ini ...

Animal rescue groups seeing more stray cats, kittens

Archived, 3 days ago From KIMA TV 

Yakima, WASHINGTON - Local pet rescue groups are seeing more stray cats and kittens than usual. Yakima Valley Pet Rescue says it has taken in 450 cats and kittens since January 1st. The organization gets about twice the number of cats in a week than it does in dogs.

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Melting glaciers giving rise to new lakes in Himachal Pradesh

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Melting of glaciers is resulting in the formation of smaller lakes in the high hills of Himachal Pradesh and is posing threat ...

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