Expanding Your Farm: 4 Animal Species to Consider Adding to Your Roster

June 4, 2018 0 Comments 0 tags

You’ve been working on your farm for quite some time now, and things are going pretty well. Now, it’s time to start thinking about expanding a bit. There are plenty

Surviving the Race to the Sea: Things We Can Do to Protect Sea Turtles

November 14, 2016 0 Comments 3 tags

The field of medicine is committed to curing and preventing ailments.  Dedicated professionals treat other humans throughout their careers.  However, other committed professionals direct attention to creatures of the sea. 

New IUCN Red List Shows Both Good and Bad News

February 28, 2014 0 Comments 7 tags

The Okapi is undergoing a steady decline, the IUCN reports in its new Red List. Photo Credits: Some rights reserved by phileole via Flickr. The IUCN has updated its Red

Most Irreplaceable Sites for Conserving Global Biodiversity

January 19, 2014 0 Comments 8 tags

Palawan, Philippines’ “Last Ecological Frontier”, is among the IUCN list of most irreplaceable protected sites in the world. Photo Credit: Some rights reserved by nennnn via Flickr. A new study

WWF Donates 1,000 Microchips for Kenya’s Rhinos

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December 27, 2013 0 Comments 7 tags

Kenya’s rapidly thinning rhino population gets another weapon in its arsenal in the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking. WWF Kenya has announced that it will give over 1,000 microchips and

Philippines Becomes First Non-African Country to Destroy Seized Ivory Stockpiles

September 19, 2013 0 Comments 4 tags

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons The Philippines became the first non-African country in the world to destroy its stockpiles of seized ivory, National Geographic reports. Earlier this year the Philippine government gave the

Looking Forward to International Coastal Cleanup Day 2013

September 12, 2013 0 Comments 3 tags

International Coastal Cleanup Day is just around the corner, and I’m excited to walk the shores of our local beaches at sunrise once again. Together with thousands of other volunteers,

ENN Shines Spotlight on Crowdfunding Campaign “6 Oceans”

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September 11, 2013 0 Comments 4 tags

Bubble Anemone in Indonesia. Photo Credit: Some rights reserved by prilfish via Flickr. “ENN is not in the business of assisting crowdfunding efforts. Now and then, however, an idea is

Six UK Coastal ‘Canaries in the Mine’ Species Highlight Risk from Climate Change

September 7, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

United Kingdom’s increasingly dynamic coastline is putting wildlife and habitats at risk. This is the key finding of a recently released study from the National Trust, reports The Guardian. UK’s coastline is

Global Bird Populations Increasingly Threatened

July 12, 2013 0 Comments 2 tags

West Coast Sea Bird Endangered? The coastal waters and offshore islands of sunny California is home to the ashy storm-petrel – a small gray seabird who specifically hangs out in