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Suspected poachers caught with buffalo carcass

Archived, 8 days ago From newera.com.na 

Windhoek, NAMIBIA - Relentless efforts by Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) officials resulted in the arrest of three men who were caught red-handed delivering buffalo meat to the house of a prominent Zambezi businessman, Progress Sipapela, last Friday.
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Texas wardens crack down on arrowhead poaching

Archived, 8 days ago From kxan.com 

Austin, TEXAS - Game wardens from multiple counties are teaming up to stop people from digging up arrowheads in Central Texas. The practice is illegal and wardens say it is a big problem.

One local game warden showed us Friday some of the damage it’s ...

WIN! Dallas Safari Club cancels plans to auction off an elephant hunt

Archived, 8 days ago From onegreenplanet.org 

New York, NEW YORK - The Dallas Safari Club has not made a good name for itself in the animal welfare and conservation world. This club has faced international criticism over the years for auctioning off exotic animal hunts. Last year one of the auctions included a hunt ...

Cows rescued by RSPCA after plunging 30ft down mine shaft

Archived, 9 days ago From walesonline.co.uk 

Cardiff, U K - Two cows had to be rescued after becoming trapped in a mine shaft.

One of the cows had to be put down after the accident left the pair trapped inside the mine shaft for two days.

The animals’ legs were submerged in water ...

RSPCA raids NSW puppy farm

Archived, 9 days ago From smh.com.au 

Sydney, AUSTRALIA - A puppy farm in northern NSW has been investigated by RSPCA NSW after animal activists claimed that they had found evidence of dogs living in "appalling conditions."

Bodies of deceased dogs were found around the property according to a ...

Hawaiian monk seal back in the wild after surgery removes fishing line, hook from stomach

Archived, 9 days ago From dailyjournal.net 

Franklin, INDIA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientists have sent back to the wild an endangered Hawaiian monk seal that recently had surgery to remove a fish hook from his stomach.

The seal known as RE-74 headed straight for the oc ...

Stars align for Yarmouth Port-based IFAW

Archived, 9 days ago From capecodtoday.com 

Dennis, MASSACHUSETTS - Hollywood stars have recently come to the aid of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). The Yarmouth Port-based worldwide animal organization announced a new PSA series entitled "Protect". The series was conceived, directed and edited by ...

Rescued bear cubs recovering from ordeal

Archived, 9 days ago From dailyrecord.com 

Morristown, NEW JERSEY - Two week-old male bear cubs rescued this week from Allamuchy State Park — where their mother was shot by a deer hunter after it bit him — are receiving tender-loving care at Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Hunterdon County.

The nonprofit ...

Dillon couple sentenced for years of poaching

Archived, 9 days ago From bozemandailychronicle.com 

Bozeman, MONTANA - A three-year investigation led to the conviction of a Dillon couple for their role in one of the biggest Montana poaching cases in years.

On Thursday, Charles “Bill” Foster and his wife, Sally, were sentenced on multiple felony counts ...

Temple ends tradition after state cracks down on animal fights

Archived, 9 days ago From timesofindia.indiatimes.com 

Gurgaon, INDIA - While the 16th-centuryHaigribMadhab temple at Hajo in Kamrup district, about 50 km from here, did away with the centuries-old tradition of bulbul (songbird) fights on MaghBihu, irate locals at Morigaon district's Ahatguri, about 100 km from here, def ...

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