Australian native animals are being left to die/hunters return to forests

Save Bird Sanctuary from becoming a garbage dumping ground by PMC

Vegan Lynx

Sign the petition here.

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In “The Sixth Extinction,” Elizabeth Kolbert reports from the frontlines of a dying world

Judgment day for Marine handcuffed over Facebook post

Just When I Think I’ve Seen It All

Fight for Rhinos

elephant over fence

elephant over fence 2 by Indri Ultimate Wildlife Tours

An inspirational story that we recently received involves the Elephant in the photograph covering a huge distance across farmland without damaging a single fence! Our feeling when looking at these photographs is one of utter respect – an Elephant can easily break an obstructing farm fence! These majestic animals are full of integrity, intelligence and emotion. It’s about time they’re given the respect they deserve. (via Indri Ultimate Wildlife Tours)

We do not yet know the vast intelligence, grace and wonder of these animals.  30 elephants are lost each day to poaching for the sake of trinkets and carvings. To let them disappear would be a worldwide tragedy.

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Asteroid Passing Earth Will Be Closer Than Moon

Psychopath’s-Eye View Of Idaho Aerial Wolf Shooting

Exposing the Big Game

Nowhere to run. This photo shows how the psychopaths from the Idaho Fish and Game, in cooperation with the USDA Wildlife Services, were able to kill 23 gray wolves from a helicopter near the Idaho-Montana border during February…


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New York could turn its trash into giant floating compost islands

MDMA for PTSD: How Ecstasy Is Helping People with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Eating a High-Protein Diet in Middle Age Might Shorten Your Life Span

Don’t Palm Us Off!

Mungai and the Goa Constrictor

This video speaks for itself!

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Bison Butcherers

Walking with the Alligators


A beautiful Bison, still wearing its winter coat, taken many years ago.

As some of you may know, I have recently started another WP Blog named tahtonka.

It was created for two reasons, one to deflect the often intense pain from frequent postings,  (like today’s story) on this Blog and second to reflect my education and passion for Global Culture.

The name tahtonka  has become extremely meaningful to me for several reasons and those reasons for choosing it for the new Blog, were explained on its very first posting:

Now,  in light of that revelation, you can only imagine how reading the stories in my email today has sickened me.

May I say,  that if you have never been to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, you have  cheated yourself of an unforgettable experience.

One of the many things that make Yellowstone so remarkable,  are its beautiful, wild wildlife.

And, of all of them,  the Bison/Buffalo reigns supreme, at…

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PressTV: Pay back Native Americans

It only takes otters 25 years to recover from an oil spill