A study at the end of June made headlines about earthquake hazard on the San Andreas Fault. The research looked at the area covered by
The Iberian lynx is so rare that a population of 500 is considered a success story. Here are two being released into the wild. featured
This is my favorite video out of all the ones I’ve looked at thus far in researching my book (due out this fall/winter) on the
All cats, big and small, like to keep secrets. It is our task as cat lovers to learn some of those secrets so we can make life even better for these beauties. The cats don’t make it easy for us. So we fool them. Today, technology like camera traps and GPS tracking collars collect a lot of data about unsuspecting domestic and wild cats. Then we laypeople help the experts use these tools to learn more about cats.
This post was intended to be the usual brief fact about how the rare Florida panther survived Hurricane Irma.
I figured that enough time has passed for people to have some idea of how these cats and other wildlife on the mainland fared.
I underestimated Irma’s impact on Florida.
If not for the ongoing conservation programs, Iberian lynx would be extinct within the next half a century.