Archives for November 2015

Delmarva Fox Squirrel No Longer Endangered

13 November 2015 | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service News Release

MILTON, Del. – The U.S. Department of the Interior today announced that due to concerted conservation efforts by states, [Continue Reading…]

Navy to Reassess Training Endangering Marine Mammals

12 November 2015 | Center for Biological Diversity News Release

HONOLULU— The U.S. Navy today said it plans to prepare a new environmental impact statement for training and testing [Continue Reading…]

Mongolia Takes SMART Approach to Catch Poachers

12 November 2015 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

Efforts to recover wildlife and plants impacted by overharvest and illegal trade in Mongolia’s Gobi and Eastern Steppes [Continue Reading…]

Mega-dams Jeopardize Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin

10 November 2015 | World Wildlife Fund UK News Release

Whilst years of effective conservation work has slowed the rapid rate of decline of the critically endangered Mekong River [Continue Reading…]

European Council Conclusions on Climate Finances

10 November 2015 | European Council Council of the European Union News Release

The Council adopted the following conclusions: 1. REAFFIRMS that the EU and [Continue Reading…]

International Waterbird Conference Starts in Bonn

09 November 2015 | United Nations Environment Programme News Release

Bonn – Waterbird populations across the African-Eurasian flyway are on a downward trend, with declining populations outstripping [Continue Reading…]

Climate Action Needed to Stem Climate Instability

06 November 2015 | World Wildlife Fund UK News Release

(Gland, Switzerland) – The need to scale up climate actions immediately is underscored by the findings of a new [Continue Reading…]

Poll Shows African Americans Strongly Back Climate Action

04 November 2015 | Natural Resources Defense Council News Release

WASHINGTON –Two-thirds of African Americans believe global warming is a serious problem, they want action more [Continue Reading…]

New Rhino Horn DNA Test Deployed to Vietnam

03 November 2015 | Royal Zoological Society of Scotland News Release

Heading for one of the worst years on record for rhino poaching, with 749 animals already slaughtered in South Africa [Continue Reading…]

Mystery Deaths of Half Saiga Population

02 November 2015 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

Saiga suffered a massive die-off during the calving season. In the short period of only two weeks, more than half the world [Continue Reading…]

Bagheera is Produced by Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff

to Promote the Plight of Endangered Species and the Efforts to Save Them.