IFAW-run wildlife rehab center in India develops a kindly curriculum to get orphaned big cats back into the wild.
Cincinnati Rhino Needed In Sumatra
Ohio zoo sending “Harapan” to Indonesia in hopes he’ll mate and help save his species.
With a brand-new agreement in hand, the conservation group Panthera hopes to boost the big cat’s numbers by 50 percent.
Even in urban areas, mild winters are fueling a baby boom among European wild boars.
A new study indicates that the activity patterns of the midnight snackers are different from that of most other mammals.
Australia’s decision to kill 2 million feral cats is the latest event in an epic battle among cat lovers, bird lovers, and even celebrities over cats and their impact on wildlife.
In an Indian park, where every rhino life counts toward keeping the species going, a baby is saved in a monsoon.
Lost in the wake of the country’s genocide, big cats make a comeback by special air delivery this week.
Surfing on whale sharks, riding a moose, and mugging with bears, smart phone users do some not-so-smart, dangerous, even cruel things.