Federal judge overturns Trump-era wildlife decision, restores protection for gray wolf | News

A federal judge has reversed the Trump administration’s decision to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list in the continental United States after a coalition of wildlife organizations argued the move seriously threatened the animal’s population. On Thursday, US District Judge Jeffrey S. White in Northern California ruled in favor of a lawsuit … Read more

How AI facial recognition helps conserve the puma

an introduction: This is a 60-second flag from Scientific American. I’m Ashley Babb. Door: Mountain lions are now posing for close-up photos. Researchers based in the Greater Yellowstone National Park area have discovered a new way to identify these cats using facial recognition. This method has proven to be the best way to observe these … Read more

Dog Show 101: What’s in the Westminster Kennel Club | Health, medicine and fitness

By Jennifer Peltz – The Associated Press TARIETOWN, New York (AP) – Thousands of dogs began competing Monday for the prize for best in show at the famous Westminster Kennel Club dog show. To the casual viewer, the annual show of dapper handlers who lead polite dogs around the ring may seem like a somewhat … Read more

The mysterious origins of the Black Death are revealed in a new DNA analysis

A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Wonder Theory newsletter. To get it in your inbox, Subscribe for free here. CNN – As we know from Experience with Covid-19Tracing the source of the epidemic is very difficult. More than two years since the virus emerged in China, we still don’t know how it passed … Read more

Bobcats and Bats: A Guide to Backyard Wildlife in Central Texas

Rolling Hill Country isn’t just home to your friends and neighbors – it’s well known for its diverse ecosystem and amazing wildlife. From turtles basking in Lady Bird Lake to bats feeding on the Congress Bridge to animals that make burrs at night, you can find them all in the Central Texas habitat. Very few … Read more

WWF report says online wildlife trade is on the rise in Myanmar | science news

Written by Eileen Kortenbach, Business Writer at AP Bangkok (AFP) – Illegal online purchases of wildlife are increasing in Myanmar, threatening public health and endangered species, a report by the World Wildlife Fund shows. The report released on Friday found that enforcement of the ban on such transactions has weakened amid political turmoil after the … Read more

Bald eagles guard their nests on the eastern shore – Virginia pilot

Connie Owen sent a picture of a pair of bald eagles They stand guard on their nest in Cape Charles on the East Coast. “There are three juveniles, the size of their parents,” Owen wrote. Dennis Rex sent a photo Osprey Taking a break while out to collect food for her newborn at Back Bay … Read more