Posts Categorized: Living with Wildlife

Spiny lizard, © Spacebirdy

A Spiny Problem »

Green iguanas aren’t the only species of these reptiles being exploited. Their cousins, spiny-tailed iguanas, are rapidly becoming popular species in the pet trade, causing no end of trouble for these rare animals in the wild.

Ocellate river stingray (captive), © Steven G. Johnson

Celebrating Biodiversity in Latin America »

Latin America holds so many stunning and unique landscapes – from mountain peaks to ocean floor – that it holds the widest variety of plants and animals in the world. So as we celebrate the third annual World Wildlife Day, join us in shining a spotlight on some incredible species to the south.

Gray wolf, © Tracy Brooks/USFWS

The Wolves Lost in the Lolo »

Last month, at the request of Idaho Game and Fish Department, agents aerial gunned down 20 wolves in the remote Lolo Creek area of the Clearwater National Forest — public lands that belong to the American people. It’s time to come out and speak for the wolf.

Wolf, © Didier J. Lindsey

Learning to Live with California Wolves »

With the establishment of the Shasta wolf pack in California, it’s imperative that we make sure that all parties involved in wolf recovery – private landowners, ranchers, hunters, wildlife officials and local wolf advocates – work together to help Californians share the landscape with our newly resident wolves.