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Lead has been public enemy number one for decades due to its negative health effects. Legislators have enacted laws to protect citizens, but they’ve neglected our nation’s emblem: the bald eagle. Recent cases of bald eagle poisonings highlight the need for a national ban on lead ammunition and fishing tackle. In early February, a bald
Well. This is a little awkward. Massachusetts Environmental Police Earlier this week, officers from the Massachusetts Environmental Police were called to the scene of one animal’s curious and uncomfortable predicament. Turns out, while snooping about on someone’s back porch, this unfortunate coyote got trapped in a railing and was unable to escape on his own.
Dogs can feel a whole range of emotions at shelters — and there’s no denying this little pup was overwhelmed with joy to be safe. After being found running through traffic all alone last week, 7-week-old Layla was picked up by Beaumont Animal Care in Texas. She was frail and nervous at first, but quickly
A woman spotted a little kitten wandering around in her garden near a shed. The kitty was a bit wobbly, and she was not alone. Chatons Orphelins Montréal Ani from Montreal, Canada saw the little tabby waddling around outside in the cold. Upon investigation, she was surprised to find another kitten with her. The two
Dani McKissick was running a few errands and enjoying her day off when an overwhelming feeling came over her. “All the sudden something hit me like a punch in the gut,” McKissick told The Dodo. “I needed to help an animal today.” The feeling was so powerful that she turned her car around and started
For nearly two decades, the federal Roadless Rule has prohibited road-building and timber harvesting on nearly 60 million acres of the country’s most pristine national forest land. Among the areas currently protected is more than half of the nearly 17-million-acre Tongass National Forest, part of the largest remaining temperate rainforest on Earth. But now, conservationists
When conservation ecologist Clark Rushing set out to study Painted Buntings a few years ago, he stumbled on an enigma: where exactly the birds go in winter and in what numbers. Each piece of evidence seemed to raise more questions than it answered, deepening the migration uncertainty surrounding the dazzling—yet declining—songbirds. Painted Buntings are well-documented in their breeding territory
Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company’s Hummingbird Springs sour saison, the Western Rivers Brewers’ Council’s first collaborative brew, celebrates International Migratory Bird Day and Audubon’s Plants for Birds initiative. Photo: Mike Fernandez/Audubon After the Arizona legislature reached a historic agreement with the Drought Contingency Plan (DCP), Audubon Arizona remains focused on water policy that benefits rivers, economies, habitats, birds, and other wildlife.
Animal advocates are applauding members of Congress for reintroducing legislation that would protect both us and big cats by banning private ownership. It’s currently estimated that there are more than 10,000 big cats being kept as pets or in roadside zoos in the U.S., but no one knows exactly where they are or who owns
How this poor dog became hopelessly entangled in a piece of fabric outside her home in Chile isn’t clear, but there’s no doubt about who to thank for setting her free. And it’s clear she knows it, too. Carabineros de Chile Earlier this week, Giovanni Domke of the police force Carabineros de Chile was alerted to
A kitten was found on the porch of a home, still with her umbilical cord attached. When shelter staff received her, they noticed right away just how special she is. Hannah Shaw @kittenxlady A woman from Alpine, California found a tiny black and white kitten on her front porch without a mother or any siblings.
Our response to music is seen in many different ways and on many different levels. Music can induce happiness, sadness, and a multitude of other emotions. It’s why we listen to it. But do animals experience the same type of emotions that we do? The internet is awash with YouTube videos of parrots and other
A Lesser Flamingo chick rescued from the Kamfers Dam in Kimberley, South Africa, last month after a drought left young birds high and dry during their typical nesting period. This individual and many others were taken in by the Cape Town willdife nonprofit SANCCOB. Photo: Courtesy of National Aviary In the arid heart of South
Best funny animal videos 2019! Only the best, funniest and most hilarious animal videos. Fun for everyone! You will laugh extremely hard! Just look how all these kittens, cats, puppies, dogs, pig, goat, squirrel, goose, ferret,… behave, play, fail, make funny sounds, react to different things,… So ridiculous, funny and cute! What is your favorite
(Picture Credit: Elizabeth Aldridge/Getty Images) It’s so hard to spend time away from our dogs. Perhaps most—if not all—pet owners would probably say that they would bring their dogs with them everywhere if they could. Some dogs don’t take well to being left alone. Maybe your dog becomes extremely nervous or acts out when you
Snowy Owl. Photo: Tracey Kidston/Audubon Photography Awards Washington, DC (March 7, 2019)—Today, 312 credentialed scientists, including many Arctic experts, are sending a letter to the US Department of the Interior opposing oil and gas leasing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and specifically identifying flaws in the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Draft Environmental Impact
(Picture Credit: Sven-Erik Arndt/Getty Images) The eyes are supposed to be the windows to the soul in humans—but the same may be said for dogs. A new study suggests that dogs’ eyes may be a clue to their tendencies for communication. According to the study, the shape of dogs’ and other canids’ eyes could hint
Cigarette butts litter a beach in Florida. Photo: Zuma Press Inc/Alamy Shelly Ericksen was handing out supplies for a beach cleanup in San Francisco one morning several years ago when a volunteer said he would pick up only cigarette butts, and wandered off. Ten minutes later he was back, his cupped hands overflowing. “That kind
Canada’s a step closer to protecting some of the ocean’s most important predators with the introduction of legislation that would ban the trade of shark fins. While Canada banned shark finning in 1994, which involves removing sharks’ fins and throwing their bodies back while they’re still alive, fins can still be imported and the global
The Petco manager could sense that there was something off about a couple wandering around the store in Allen Park, Michigan, last Saturday evening. The couple had two large dogs with them, neither of whom were wearing collars. The dogs’ leashes had been looped together into a makeshift slipknot — a red flag for the manager.
A tiny kitten was found in a difficult situation. He was given a new lease on life with help from a former feral cat. Hearthside Cats Becky Zielinski, a board member of Hearthside Cats (in Geneseo, New York) was working on a TNR (trap-neuter-return) project at a house where many homeless cats frequent, when she
Great Blue Heron. Photo: Katherine Westover/Audubon Photography Awards It’s getting warm out here. Anyone who lives in the broad swath of the American West between Denver and San Diego—where Colorado River water comes out of the tap—has surely noticed the weather in recent years. Record highs have been recorded throughout the region, and too often,
The Egyptian Vulture is one of seven flagship birds in our Flight for Survival campaign to raise awareness of the scope and scale of the illegal killing of migratory birds. Faced with a challenge as tough as an ostrich egg, lesser scavengers may quail. Not the Egyptian Vulture. One of evolution’s great problem-solvers, this ingenious
Two bonded kittens came to their foster home for a chance at a better life. They were both born very special. Friends for Life RescueNetwork The kittens had been passed around by people that didn’t want them. A woman from San Bernardino, California heard about their plight and took them in so the pair wouldn’t
A black cat wandered into a feral cat colony in New York. Local rescuers noticed that he was likely once someone’s pet, and he needed help. Adrienne Little Wanderers, a rescue group in NYC, took him in and placed him in a foster home. He was completely congested, had a high fever, severe dental disease
Many whale species are already at risk — but one country is planning to kill 2,000 of them over the next five years. Earlier last week, Iceland announced that it may authorize whalers to kill up to 209 fin whales and 217 minke whales every year through 2023. A fin whale | Shutterstock Whale meat
The Luangwa River will soon be awash with hippo blood. Apologies for that disturbing mental image, but it’s important that everyone understand the gravity of Zambia’s upcoming plan to cull about 2,000 hippos. The country claims its current hippo population of 12,200 hippos is unsustainable. As such, the government has rescheduled a long discussed plan
When they followed vultures into the rainforest on Marajó Island in Brazil, near the mouth of the Amazon River officials with the state health, sanitation and environment department made a surprising discovery. The birds were feeding on the carcass of a 10-ton, 26-foot-long humpback whale calf. The calf, about a year old, was in an
A cat forever changed a man’s life when she snuck into his home last summer and decided to have kittens there. Paris Zarcilla When Paris Zarcilla, a London-based film producer, woke up that one morning, he was shocked to find a cat whom he had never seen, and her newborn kittens under his bed. “Am