Of all the big cats, few have suffered more than tigers (Panthera tigris). They have lost 96% of their historic range, and have been reduced to just 3,900 individuals left in the wild (Panthera, 2015d). Thankfully there is now some good news regarding these most magnificent of cats. Scientists have confirmed the presence of a second … More New Breeding Population of Tigers Found
I know I have released a number of posts that I have described as important announcements. It is not my intention to create hype, but this notification is the most critical yet. It concerns a major change in my plans this summer: I am going to Belize. Earlier this year, I revealed that I was trying … More Major Update: I am Going to Belize
Wildlife television is an important conservation tool. It can be highly educational, expose viewers to diverse ecosystems, and motivate people to care about far away creatures. Of all the natural history programs I am aware of, Wild Safari Live by WildEarth Media is the most powerful. WildEarth is the brainchild of Emily and Graham Wallington. … More The Enormous Potential of Wild Safari Live
A video of a jaguar hunting a caiman in the Pantanal (National Geographic, 2013).