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

What To Do When You Meet a Bear

Bear Attack

Wild animals and their behavior What to do when you meet a bear? Let’s start by saying that all wild animals have one characteristic in common; an area around them that they consider inviolable. So know that when you meet a bear, if you enter this area, the animal attacks … Read more

hiking, the best way to discover nature

Hiking in nature with snowed mountains

Introduction to hiking Hiking is the activity of excursions carried out systematically both in the mountains (where it is a minor form of mountaineering) and elsewhere, with a tourist character, for recreational purposes, or to promote physical and cultural development. Whether you are in Yellowstone park, in the African savannah … 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

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

Climate change and the pandemic effects

global climate change

Climate change and the pandemic effects The iron lockdown that the Coronavirus emergency forced us to will not have a significant impact on the climate: according to scientists, the lockdown will result in a cut in global warming by just 0.01 degrees by 2030. The study, published in Nature, turns … 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

Squirrel in Colorado tests positive for bubonic plague

Squirrel in Colorado tests positive for bubonic plague

Squirrel in Colorado tests positive for bubonic plague As reported by the Jefferson County website, a bubonic plague positive squirrel was discovered on 11 July 2020. Bubonic plague is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis and is unfortunately an old knowledge, it is known that its presence was detected in … 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