A new study has just included jaguars as one of the 20 most important large mammals to restore.
As you may recall, the Center for Biological Diversity recently petitioned the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to reintroduce jaguars to the U.S. They’ve now released a list of frequently-asked questions (FAQs) to accompany their petition.
I woke up today and found out that it was Christmas. This was a considerable letdown, because it meant that I was obliged to write a holiday-themed post full of snowy felines. Rather than give you pictures of warm-climate cats in the snow, however, I decided to focus on a species that lives in some of the coldest regions of our planet: the lynx.
COVID-19 officially sucks. Thankfully, Rob Nelson is posting great content at StoneAgeMan to help you get through this quarantine, and one of those pieces is a new article by yours truly.
Just as I was wondering if I should continue this blog, I received an awesome message from Anna Hansen of sparpedia.dk! She said that she loves my site, and wanted to feature it in Sparpedia’s list of Top Zoo and Wildlife Blogs of 2020!
Hello everybody, I hope you all had a great holiday season! I spent the holidays working on a new article for StoneAgeMan, which is now online. It’s about how archaeologists excavate sites.
If you’re wondering why I haven’t been terribly active on the blogosphere lately, it’s because I’ve been working on a few articles for external publications. The first of these pieces…