They say U.S. critter assassins work in secret, quietly laying traps, lacing food with poison, sniping at targets from helicopters.
The representation of nonhuman animals (animals) in media based on bad science or no science is bad for the animals — and it contributes to an unrelenting war on wildlife.
The first statewide competition in decades to hunt wolves and coyotes in Idaho has sparked outrage among wildlife conservationists, who condemned it as “an organized killing contest.”
Newton police are advising residents to keep an eye out for some recently spotted four-legged neighbors: a family of three coyotes glimpsed sleeping under an Auburndale Avenue porch early Tuesday morning.
Albuquerque lost a pioneering advocate for wildlife in November when Susan Weiss succumbed to a three-year battle with lung cancer.
My husband and I live on the Bar C R ranch in Petaluma, CA where we run 300 mother cows using predator friendly ranching methods.