27 September 2010 Nature finds a way: Lost population of tigers found Posted by: Brian Bovard | 3 comments | Share: An amazing and hopeful story relates how tigers, which normally live in the Himalayan foothills, have been found at much higher elevations and apparently breeding successfully. Read the story here. 3 Responses to “Nature finds a way: Lost population of tigers found” Valentina September 27th, 2010 Lovely, i’m so excited ,so happy, thank you for sharing ! CMJ September 27th, 2010 Great story, but I am thinking now that it has been told it will be a death sentence for the tigers. Please people of the Natural History Unit, keep this location a secret for the lives of those most beautiful creatures. Bo Ortiz October 7th, 2010 YAY!!!!!!!! THE TIGERS ARE OKAY!!!!!!!!!! I’m so happy the tigers are bouncing back for once along with the polar bears my 2 favorite animals Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up Helicopter gunning kills 23 wolves in Idaho; Urge Secretary Jewell to abandon gray wolf delisting proposal — Call your representative by March 14; Washington wildlife agency urged to end support for abolishing federal wolf protections; The latest on Governor Otter’s wolf control board. Two Too Many Development Projects in the Ivanpah Valley While these projects most definitely directly impact a species that has been identified as threatened and is dependent on the habitat where they would be built, Silver State South and Stateline’s approval is most troubling for a bigger reason. You see, this isn’t just an issue for the Ivanpah Valley. Developers and agencies need to be conscious of how and where they plan energy projects all across the country. They need to look at renewable energy planning with a landscape-wide lens, understanding that building in the right places and making an effort to minimize environmental impacts from the start are essential. California’s Rim Fire: Opportunities Rise from the Ashes After California’s devastating Rim Fire, will officials take the opportunity to give nature a chance to fully recover?