Has the wildlife ‘Red List’ let Africa’s big cats down?

Paris (AFP) Lions and cheetahs are closer to extinction than the relevant Red List of Endangered Species suggests, according to conservationists, who warn that sharp population declines could go undetected.…

Encouraging sustainable sourcing of wildlife products in Vietnamese traditional medicines and food supplements

On average, three African rhinos1 were poached at peak levels every day in 2015 to meet consumer demand for their horn, many of them heading to East and Southeast Asia.…

Medicine River Wildlife Centre – Red Deer Advocate

The farmers in central Alberta did “everything right” when trying to save a starving owl, but their efforts were unsuccessful. David Luce was working on his family farm, Lucends Ranch…

CROW welcomes wildlife, conservation medicine interns | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

Krähe Drs. Charlotte Cournoyer and Laura Kellow Drs. Charlotte Cournoyer and Laura Kellow recently joined the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife as interns in wildlife and conservation medicine. Her…

Medicine Park aquarium features Oklahoma wildlife

Native plants and animals at the Medicine Park Aquarium and Natural Sciences Center. Turtles, bobcats, and perch are just a few of the many species that can be found on…

Can Knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine Help Protect Wildlife?

Sun Simiao was a titanic figure in the world of traditional Chinese medicine. Born in the late 6th century during the Tang Dynasty, he can boast a remarkable life span…

The lethal affect of conventional drugs on endangered wildlife

The Council of the European Union recently set the EU’s 2022-2025 priorities for the fight against serious and organized crime through the European Multidisciplinary Platform against Criminal Threats (EMPACT). Environmental…

Ban on Use of Wildlife in Conventional Medication Might Save Pangolins – World Animal Safety

Pangolins are still the world’s most traded mammals, outperforming elephants and rhinos, according to reports from World Animal Protection, an international nonprofit animal welfare organization. When people celebrated World Animal…

Banning Wildlife in Conventional Drugs is the Solely Approach to Save Pangolins, says World Organisation – SAPeople

According to World Animal Protection, banning wild animals in traditional medicines is the only way to save the pangolin. Photos supplied. As the world celebrated World Pangolin Day yesterday (February…

Two Easy Steps Can Assist Preserve Your Cat From Killing Wildlife – Client Well being Information

FRIDAY, February 12, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Lisa George’s tabby cat Minnie was always looking for a bug. “Minnie loves to hunt,” said George, who lives in Cornwall, England. “Most…