New Wildlife Area Cinnamon Creek Almost Becomes Private Cabin Development | News, sports, jobs

1/4 This undated image shows some of the varied terrain in the Cinnamon Creek Wildlife Management Area in northeastern Webber County. The 8,100-acre area is newly designated and will see improvements in wildlife habitat and in hunting and fishing opportunities. Image provided, Utah Department of Wildlife Services 2/4 This photo taken in the … Read more

The unintended consequences of declaring a climate emergency

| Published: August 06, 2022 12:01 AM The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent those of President Biden is toying with the idea of ​​declaring climate change a national emergency. Supporters want him to introduce drastic changes to tackle climate change – bypassing congressional approval. But as the … Read more

The sustainable harvest of wild sandalwood sought by traditional owners of yelka

The smell strikes Kayshun Murray when his saw is almost right through the trunk. A young ranger in steel-covered helmet and boots stands in the Western Australian desert, inhaling a fragrance considered among the best in the world. “You can actually smell all the beauty in it,” he said. The scent of the sacred sandalwood … Read more

Reset the FWP Wildlife Chief

On Wednesday, sources within Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks revealed that Wildlife Director Ken MacDonald has been tasked with various responsibilities. It is said that MacDonald will now head the “habitat rental programme”. sOur owners have been granted anonymity because they may lose their jobs. On Thursday, FWP spokesperson Greg Lemon said MacDonald will continue … Read more

US government says ships should slow down to save endangered whales Wildlife News

Ships off the east coast of the United States must slow down more often to help save Vanishing whale species of extinction, the federal government said. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) made the announcement Friday with proposed new rules designed to prevent ship collisions with right-wing whales in the North Atlantic. Ship strikes … Read more

From ponds to pools, BC wildlife is looking for ways to beat the heat

With hot weather covering much of British Columbia and expected to stay in until at least Sunday, experts warn that the high temperatures could have dangerous effects on wildlife. It will be common to see all the different species trying to stay cool during hot weather and this can include using backyard baths or even … Read more