Posts Categorized: Wildlife

Yellow-faced bumblebee, © Peter Pearsall/USFWS

Protecting our Pollinators in the Golden State »

California’s Department of Pesticide Regulation confirmed the most widely used neonicotinoid – imdacloprid – is highly toxic to bees. Clearly, we need to ensure that higher levels of neonicotinoids, and other pesticides like it, are more intensely regulated in the name of the health of our pollinators.

Northern long-eared bat, © Sybill Amelon/USFS

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Victory for Forests and Wildlife – The U.S. Supreme Court Denies Effort to Overturn Tongass National Forest Protections; Backstory on Recent Elk and Wolf Conflicts in Wyoming; Coral Catastrophe Linked to Climate Change; White Nose Syndrome on the West Coast Could Spell Disaster for Bats; SB 1083 Passes California’s Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Water;

Utah prairie dog, © James Phelps

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Protecting California’s endangered species in Panoche Valley; Fighting for Wildlife in Grand Teton; Biodiversity on the map; Coexistence in China; Fishers get Back to Nature; For wolves in Yellowstone, opposites attract; Victory for prairie dogs!