Female Florida panther seen in Charlotte County
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The use of cyanide bombs for wildlife “control” by state agencies is allowed in several states including New Mexico, Texas, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. These devices kill wildlife and harm people. According to the Mountain Lion Foundation, these inhumane devices are responsible not only for the deaths of thousands of wild animals every year […]
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The annual Bear Fair is coming up fast! This year’s fair will be held Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 1 PM – 4 PM at the Doc Long Picnic Area in the Cibola national forest.
via Bear Fair 2019! — Sandia Mountain Bear Collaborative
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Scientific American has this article about the pinon and it’s potential in the western US. A lot of the climate change impacts on nature are seen here before most places, although this article also suggests that the fluctuation in trees could be due to previous abundance. In this post, a bear attempts to get into […]
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Originally posted on Pathways: Wildlife Corridors of New Mexico:
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New video from Fork Tail Media, 13 minutes long, from the Olinger’s. ? ?
You may have noticed I haven’t been publishing in a while. Been a lot going on, medically at least. Had to step back at work to a part-time schedule because it became to hard to keep up with the pace of a full week. My guess is this is due to the cancer and treatment […]
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These pictures were taken in January of 2018. A mother cougar killed a mule deer, then she and her kittens stayed nearby for a few days. The pictures are from a trail cam placed in the mountains by Pathways. Location data has been stripped out. Amazingly, the camera caught the exact moment when the cougar […]
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