I have exciting news: The Jaguar and Allies has been named a top 25 wildlife blog.
Researchers A. M. Lemieux and Nicholas Bruschi recently published an insightful paper about one of the illicit products being sold for use in Traditional Chinese Medicine: jaguar paste. They constructed “crime scripts” to determine how this substance is produced and traded, and to provide informed suggestions on how to curtail this alarming practice.
Here’s a disturbing story from National Geographic about a planned road that would slice through Florida panther habitat.
No Entry is a young adult novel about Yael: a 17-year-old girl who enrolls in a conservation-training program in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Yael learns that one of the rangers in her training program is involved in an elephant-poaching ring, which turns her world upside-down.
Record fires are sweeping through the Amazon rainforest, according to multiple news outlets.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve now returned from my stay at 3 Seasons Camp on Lake Kipawa, Quebec. I’ve actually been back for over a week. However, I took…
I know you haven’t heard from me in a long time, but I had to pop back online to share this bit of news from The Revelator. In the midst of all the current threats to the natural world – including accelerated species extinction rates – the Trump Administration decided that this was the perfect time to gut the Endangered Species Act.
Starting tomorrow (July 26), I’m going to be at 3 Seasons Camp in Quebec for one week. I’ll have no internet service while I’m there, so you won’t hear from me until I return.
Imagine you just experienced beauty so sublime that you were struck dumb: all reasoning processes shut down, and all you could do was stand and stare. Then imagine that you had to put that encounter into words. That is my task, as I attempt to review one of the best documentaries ever: Encounters at the End of the World.