Wildlife ‘Abundant’ in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

VOA A study by an American university of wildlife in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (CEZ) confirms that animals are “abundant”
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German Immigrant Honored for Role in U.S. Wildlife Protection

On January 9, the inaugural Pioneer Festival in Sebastian, Florida, will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Paul Kroegel, a German immigrant who was instrumental in the creation of the U.S. wildlife refuge system, one of the major achievements in the nation’s long commitment (more...)

Polar Bear Range Moscow Meeting Focuses on Habitat Loss

A two-day meeting in Moscow that concluded December 6 brought together polar bear scientists, wildlife managers, technical experts and representatives of native peoples of the Arctic to discuss current and future challenges faced by the polar bear. The meeting of the polar bear range states — the United (more...)

Kerry on First Reward Offer for Transnational Crime Information

STATEMENT BY SECRETARY KERRY First Reward Offer for Transnational Organized Crime Information I am proud to announce the State Department’s first-ever reward for information leading to the dismantling of a transnational criminal organization, as part of our new Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program. The involvement of sophisticated transnational criminal organizations (more...)

Mass Deaths in Wildlife

Lately some very strange events have been happening in the wildlife: numerous animal, bird and fish deaths are recorded all over the world for an unknown reason. Here is just a short list of countries where these suspicious events took place: Brazil: 100 tonnes of dead fish were washed ashore near (more...)


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