Catch up on Morty’s ongoing challenges with Alexa – and mom’s new riding perch! Read Sherri’s essay on the deep intelligence and highly intuitive abilities of our feathered companions. In Lavender’s latest comic strip, Cheeks is getting in a little ‘undercover’ playtime.
News on the Wing brings readers the latest wildlife and environmental issues collected from social media over the last month. Last but not least, visit the Wildlife Blog Watch page and find out all about our latest blog selection.
Happy reading everybirdie!
For our August selection, we’ve chosen The Wilden Marsh Blog. This blog showcases and champions the wildlife and natural environment of the Lower Stout Valley of Worcestershire England. Blogger Michael Griffiths provides stunning photographs and compelling descriptions of the daily happenings of the varied and beautiful Marsh residents. Check our The Wilden Marsh Blog!
Below is a recent post:
My mole! The post My Mole! appeared first on The Wilden Marsh Blog.
via My Mole! — The Wilden Marsh Blog
Charles King tells the story of Franz Boas’ powerful challenge to racial science — and of how others like Margaret Mead and Zora Neale Hurston contributed to that project.(Image credit: ullstein bild Dtl./ullstein bild via Getty Images)
via ‘Gods Of The Upper Air’ Traces The Birth Of Cultural Anthropology — Science : NPR
Sunset duck The post Sunset Duck appeared first on The Wilden Marsh Blog.
via Sunset Duck — The Wilden Marsh Blog
This month’s edition of News On The Wing brings together a wide-ranging roundup of wildlife and environmental conservation and protection, gardening tips, and of course some cute animal photos. Grab a coffee, sit back, and catch up on what’s been happening in the world of wildlife and nature.
Here’s a sneak peak:
From the Audubon Society – @audubonsociety
There are 300 million fewer seabirds today than there were in 1950. Species such as Atlantic Puffins rely on fish to survive, but they often can’t find enough to eat. Stand up for the Forage Fish Conservation Act today:
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed its Conservation Strategy for the Mohave Ground Squirrel, a species listed as threatened under the California Endangered Species Act. The 129-page document, which is available on CDFW’s website, summarizes the available scientific information on the species and lays the foundation for its conservation and recovery […]
via CDFW Completes Conservation Strategy for Threatened Mohave Ground Squirrel — CDFW News