Industrial logging in the world's second largest rainforest is out of control, writes Raoul Monsembula, and spells disaster for both wildlife and forest people. There is an alternative: community forestry has just been enshrined in law. But resources must be committed to law enforcement in Congo and abroad, and to empowering forest communities.
Keeping track of wildlife in surveys such as Living with Mammals is essential – not only to improving the lot of our wild neighbours, but to improving our own as well. Take a look at what you helped us find out in our Living with Mammals update 2014. All you have to do is spend some …
ndangered rhinos and elephants hunted by Facebook poachers 22:00, 7 April 2015 By Andy Lines Killer gangs are specifically scouring social media sites for tourists on safaris whose photos unwittingly pinpoint the whereabouts of rare animals
The story of the tule elk seems to be perpetually wrapped up with the story of cattle ranchers.
In late 2013, I wrote an article about the surprising story behind the tule elk species. The smallest subspecies of elk, and the only elk endemic to California, the tule elk was nearly erased from the earth forever. It was a
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