Posted by Elizabeth Bacher, Communications, with contributions from Al Kennedy and Chad Harmon, Rhino Keepers at the Woodland Park Zoo … More
Tag: endangered species
Cruise ship stumbles on a rare sight: a gathering of 1,000 whales – Video Included
Passengers aboard the National Geographic Endurance came across the fin whales foraging near Antarctica—the biggest congregation of baleen whales seen in more … More
What drives elephant poaching? It’s not greed-
Fewer elephants were poached in areas where communities were healthier and wealthier, a study on thousands of killings in 30 … More
They Outlasted the Dinosaurs. Can They Survive Us?
Sturgeon are disappearing from North American rivers where they thrived for millions of years. And the quest to save them … More
My shark photo took over the internet, inspiring countless fakes and real awareness
STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY THOMAS P. PESCHAK Sometimes the best images are not the ones we plan for. Back in 2003 … More
Help Orangutans by how you purchase goods-
Get the App!!! Make orangutan friendly choices with the most extensive and popular sustainable palm oil mobile shopping guide. Now shop … More
Purchasing “Friends” Will Help!!
Exclusively on Apple Books. Net Profits from “Listen, Listen To My Heart’s Song,” “Atreus’s View From a Tent,”and “Friends” will … More
Polar Bear Research
Purple Hair on Polar Bears! Panelists: Jenny Stern (University of Washington), BJ Kirschhoffer, Geoff York Wildlife research takes creativity and … More
News from the Woodland Park Zoo 25 March 2021 “We are sad to announce that Vip, our 42-year-old western lowland … More
A Baby Gorilla!!!
From the Woodland Park Zoo’s Press Release of 17 March 2021. “The newborn girl, who will be 6 weeks old … More