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What to do with an injured bird

What to do with an injured bird

Sometimes it happens that during a walk in the garden and in the woods, an injured bird is found. This happens more frequently in the spring. What to do with an injured bird? The first thing to do if you find an injured bird is to understand if it is … Read more

Spotted Hyena The Queen Of Savannah

Hyena swimming

English name: Spotted Hyena Scientific Name: Crocuta crocuta Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Hyaenidae Link to Red List page: Red List Page of Spotted Hyena Where to find Spotted Hyena It is present throughout sub-Saharan Africa with different densities depending on the area; it is very … Read more

Malaysia Wildlife Rescue Unit

Dr Sen and elephant

Malaysia Wildlife Rescue Unit Global movement strives to preserve millions of rainforest species There is a global effort underway to preserve the welfare and habitats of species living in the Malaysian rainforests involving conservationists, zoos, scientists, researchers, veterinarians, rangers, farmers and local villagers. It also involves a vast variety of … Read more

What lions eat in savannah

What the lion eat

Lion – what he eats in the savannah What lions eat. The lion is a predator; indeed, it is the most powerful predator on the savannah. When we talk about the Lion King, we mean the animal at the top of the food chain, and it has no rivals. Leo … Read more

15 Most Beautiful National Parks in Canada

Banfff National Park Alberta Canada

Introduction to Canada National Parks Canada is the largest state in North America and is also the second largest state in the world after Russia and has many national parks. Occupies the entire territory of North America north of the United States, with the exception of Alaska, Greenland and the … Read more

Best National Parks In The World

Sunset in Okavango Delta

The 5 best National Parks in the world to visit India The tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park Our best national parks list start from the tigers of India. There were 3,200 in 2010, today, around the world, there are 3,890 tigers. Most are in India: 2,967 specimens surveyed in 2018, … Read more

Animals Jokes

Funny horse

Womans and Bulls A blonde and a redhead have a ranch. They have just lost their bull. The women need to buy another, but only have $500. The redhead tells the blonde, “I will go to the market and see if I can find one for under that amount. If … Read more

Funny Animals Wild Or Domestic

Funny dog with glasses

A very cleaver young gazelle In the African savannah, a gazelle mother is explaining to her little daughter what it means for them to live there … “You see, child, this is the harsh law of nature. Every morning at dawn a gazelle wakes up, gets up and starts running … Read more

Comedy wildlife photography awards 2020 winners!

Mark Fitzpatrick - Terry the Turtle

Even this year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2020 has reached its conclusion and is proud to announce that the OVERALL WINNER of this year’s competition is Mark Fitzpatrick, for his amazing photograph entitled Terry the Turtle flipping the bird. Although this is a very difficult year all over the … Read more

Funny Dogs Can Help Us

Funny dogs

Funny Dogs The dog and the mother-in-law A man goes to find his neighbor and knocks on his door. The neighbor replies: – Yup ? – Hi, I’m coming to see you because your dog has bitten my mother-in-law twice! – Oh no! You are not serious! I will make … Read more

Alaska Landscape

Alaska the land of bears and ices

Alaska the land of bears and ices Country United States Of America Region/State Alaska Official Language English 86% native and other languages 14% Area 1.717.000 km q Population 736.000 Density 0.43 ab/kmq Capital city Juneau Largest city Anchorage Climate The Alaska climate is cold, everywhere you go is cold, just … Read more


Wild Russia uncontaminated nature

Wild Russia experience of uncontaminated nature Country Russia Federation Region/State Russia Official Language Russian Area 17.075.200 km2 Population 144.463.451 Density 8.4/km2 Capital city Moscow Largest city Moscow 12 mil. Climate The climate of Russia is variable, with his incredible extension is more than normal. The climate can be divided into … Read more

Malaysia Biodiversity Country

Malaysia is one of the world’s oldest and most biodiverse countries  Malaysia boasts some of the most lush, evergreen tropical rainforests in the world. This beautiful southeast Asian country, which shares its borders with Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Brunei, is also home to wildlife species found nowhere else on … Read more

Touareg walking with dromedary in the Sahara Desert

Sahara desert

Sahara desert treasures The Sahara desert is one of the most inhospitable places on earth, and being a desert it is almost total lack of humidity. Its immense proportions are difficult to delimit because it is difficult to define precisely where the desert ends and where the savannah begins. To … Read more

Cheyenne show

Sand Creek massacre – an American blot

Sand Creek massacre 29 November 1865 the American’s shame, in Colorado a group of 675 men in force of cavalry, attack and destroy the Cheyenne and Arapaho village, about 70 to 165 people were killed an at least two-thirds were woman and children ( source Wikipedia), this is Sand Creek … Read more

Mongolia Nomads

Live with Nomads Mongolia

Live with Mongolia’s nomads live with nomads Mongolia, when we speak about Mongolia we remember  Genghis Khan. Lived between 1162 and 1227, its great merit was to unify all the territories won under one single empire. One of the greatest that the story remembers. Mongolia is predominantly composed of the … Read more

Krzysztof Wielicki

Krzysztof Wielicki The Polish master Krzysztof Wielicki is a Polish mountaineer, born in Szklarka Przygodzicka on January 5th 1950. His entry into Himalayan mountaineering took place in 1980 with the first winter ascent of Everest with Leszek Cichy. An entrance with a bang, with the use o supplementary oxygen.It is … Read more

Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

Iditarod is the iconic sled dog race which can permit us to talk about wild Alaska and about the famous sled dogs. Sled dogs are domestic of course but are you sure of that? Really a dog who does a strong job like that and in that environment for many … Read more

Jerzy Kukuczka in Hindukush region

Jerzy Kukuczka The Polish Star

It is 24 October 1989, Jerzy Kukuczka dies climbing the south face of Lhotse. Jerzy Kukuczka The news making the round of the world, the man considered to be the only one capable of competing with Reinhold Messner end his life trying to reach the Lhotse summit through the south … Read more


Agafia. Hermit Surviving in Russian Wilderness for 70 years

The Unbelievable Story of Agafia Lykov, the Last True Hermit in the World Introduction: Who is Agafia Lykov? Agafia Lykov was born 17 April 1944, As of 2016, she resides in the Western Sayan mountains, in the Republic of Khakassia. In 1978,  a group of geologists discovered a family of … Read more

A Silver Back Gorilla

Rwanda Volcanoes NP Gorilla – Umubano group

Last Gorilla Rwanda Volcanos Gorilla, we introduce today this great and spectacular animal. Mountain gorillas are protected from extinction risk. All the travelers have the same opinion, to visit gorillas is an incredible emotion!! We agree, who can go, remember the number of visitors is very strictly and need to … Read more

Krzysztof Wielicki

Krzysztof Wielicki The Polish master Krzysztof Wielicki is a Polish mountaineer, born in Szklarka Przygodzicka on January 5th 1950. His entry into Himalayan mountaineering took place in 1980 with the first winter ascent of Everest with Leszek Cichy. An entrance with a bang, with the use o supplementary oxygen.It is … Read more

Walter Bonatti The King Of Alps

Walter Bonatti represents today, more than sixty years after his great achievements, an example to follow. Anyone approaching the world of mountaineering today would do well to know its history. It demonstrates what moral values, what strength and what skills one must have to be a world-class mountaineer. Walter Bonatti … Read more

Touareg And The Desert Tea

Touareg the nomads of the Sahara desert Touareg is a word of Arabic origin, which means “inhabitant of Fezzan.” The Tuaregs are a nomadic ethnic group that lives in the Sahara desert and has Berber origins. Undoubtedly they are very fascinating and are the most characteristic in the desert. Their … Read more


Wildlife is fundamental for the environment, it refers to all those animals and organisms that live in an environment in a wild way but which have not been introduced by man.
The lack of wildlife or even part of wildlife creates an imbalance in the ecosystem.
Conservation allows the maintenance of biodiversity, which makes ecosystems more robust and this is a benefit for all humanity.
Unfortunately it is not easy to help people understand how much wildlife is essential for the environment and our lives. This happens because we live completely immersed in our chaotic lives and we are led to think that environmental problems are marginal.
It is only an illusion, we can think of saving time by forgetting the priorities of the environment and therefore having immediate benefits but over time nature presents us with the bill, and as we have all seen in recent years the consequences are catastrophic. Hurricanes as never seen before, rising temperatures all over the planet, global pandemics with hundreds of thousands of victims, is this the world we want? is this the world we will leave to our children and grandchildren?
We are destroying our home, we are destroying everyone's home.
Fortunately, we are still in time to have more attention for wildlife and the environment and especially the new generations are more sensitive to the problems of climate change.

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Technology and wildlife environment

For us, as humans, it is difficult to understand the importance of wildlife. Our lives are based on technology and technology is in every aspect of our lives, if there were no technology maybe we could write these words but you certainly could not read them as you are reading them now. However, technology should be at the service of humanity and not enslaving people.
We have completely detached ourselves from nature, and now our bodies and minds are suffering from it. Everything we do, leaving the canons that nature imposes on us, leads us to live a state of forcing that often becomes a pathology such as stress which is in turn the cause of many other diseases
. It is a spiraling vortex, and when you are inside, it is like a tornado.

Environment and human being

That's why protecting wildlife and its habitat has direct relevance for humans and society. If nature is healthy, the ecosystem including wildlife is healthy, we also benefit from this. When I hear people say otherwise, I wonder how that person thinks otherwise. I have done many tests and every time you find out that there are economic or political interests behind them, which however are usually connected, it seems that they have misunderstood the problem, they are hiding their commercial interests.
Politicians are doing it for their seats, while in society, people, especially those who have an excellent social position, do it for fear of losing their status quo.

A wild journey

This site is a wild journey into the immense world of wild animals, it is the journey we want to take with you, hoping to give the right message. We want to provide signals that lead to greater awareness of the importance of safeguarding the environment and wild life.
We must give space to dialogue between souls, wild animal rights, ecologists, scientists and entrepreneurs. The solutions are born from dialogue and constant commitment. Maybe now is the right time to make people aware of this problem, it is not very difficult to understand, especially for the new generations, the incredible contradiction that exists between being on the road to Mars and killing innocent animals.
We will therefore visit distant and extreme wild lands, for example, we will go to Alaska with the Eskimo hunters in the great cold. Even in cold Siberia and even in beautiful Peru. Hence the wonderful heart of Africa where you will discover the extremely wild savannah and its wild animals.
We will cross stormy seas with great adventure pioneers. We will go to the highest mountains and get to know the greatest climbers and explorers. We will take you to the wildest parts of Asia. Where wildlife is part of the lifestyle across the continent.
We will try to get to know wild animals such as lions, tigers or bears. But also with large marine mammals such as whales, killer whales and sharks.

The Wild Blog

The wild blog section is dedicated to current events, to the significant moments of our social life, which affect the environment and wildlife, but also reports of events from some adventures around the world. Experiences usually have two characteristics that we love, the first is the environment, which is often extreme and the second, which when it is a success, opens the way to new horizons.

Wildlife and tourism

We also have a part of the site called Travel Destinations where we will give space to tourism ideas in wild destinations. We will propose ideas for wild trips and experiences. Wild Animals In Wild Lands promotes travel connected with nature and wildlife which is more important every year in the travel market.
In fact, many countries have found that hunting is better prohibited and wildlife tourism promoted. The reason is simple, the hunters spent money but they are a small group of people. Tourists are much more than hunters and move more money. Another effect is the reputation of the country, it is easy to understand the power of thousands of enthusiastic people in a place. We hope that more and more people experience adventures in harmony with nature.

Sometimes we'll talk about the organizations involved in the preservation. Like Panthera or WWF or Greenpeace or Sea Shepherd and Amnesty International.
In conclusion, we recommend if you can to help this o even other organizations you like. This is the first shade of activism.

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The Waiwl Team