Boston’s newest contract employees, four goats, disappeared among the tall trees and brush in Hyde Park’s West Street urban wild on Wednesday. Their task: Help to clear 2 acres overrun with poison ivy, buckthorn, Asiatic bittersweet, Japanese knotweed, and other invasive species growing on Parks and Recreation Department property..
As previously reported, dolphin pox has infected captive dolphins in the Mojave Desert. Currently, there is a grass roots movement by activists to close down the Dolphin Habitat though rough legal methods such as protesting and by reporting conditions to APHIS. But it seems this virus is not limited... Powered by RebelMouse
It isn't just the nightmarish consequences of this noise pollution that makes this plan wrong. We know drilling along the Atlantic Coast will mean a higher risk for oil spills, more polluted beaches and waters, more industrial equipment and fewer pri...
As part of the Antarctic Ocean Alliance’s (AOA) proposal to designate marine protected areas (MPA) and marine reserves across 19 regions around Antarctica, the AOA today launched its new report titled Antarctic Ocean Legacy: Towards Protection of the Weddell Sea Region.
Thanks to push back from animal advocates and a petition that gained over 65,000 signatures, a dolphinarium holding eight captive dolphins in the Bahamas has been ordered to shut down and release its animals by a court.
It's been described by advocates as the dolphin death pool. Tucked away inside The Mirage Hotel and Casino Resort in Las Vegas, are ten bottlenose dolphins. All of them are suffering from the desert heat says the Mojave Dolphin campaign.
There is paradise in the arctic and you’ll find it in Norway. Norway is a land of never ending beauty. The featured image above is a stunning shot taken on the island of Senja, the second largest island in Norway. Senja’s diverse scenery mimics most of Norway and is known to many as “Norway in […]
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited and fined the Miami Seaquarium, which holds one captive orca in the smallest orca tank in the U.S., for endangering its orca trainers.