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With summer behind us a great deal of trash has been left behind along our lakes and rivers. Apart from the trash, fishing line and hooks represent a grave danger for our wildlife, especially larger birds that depend on these sources of water for their daily needs. When you see hooks and fishing line, please pickup after the irresponsible fishermen and dispose of it properly. Thanks!
The damage is very clear and obvious. Shorebirds and waterfowl are the first to suffer causing death or disabilities that significantly reduce survival
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With Fall migration upon us a great number of waterfowl are gathering in our lakes, ponds and waterways. Feeding wildlife is never a good idea and often has adverse effects on their well-being. If you really have to feed these wonderful birds you might as well use real feed and not white bread...
Lately the local Canada Geese and ducks have been parading with their newly hatched offspring. In local nature parks, you can’t keep but notice people feeding them white bread. Bread they shouldn’t be eating themselves, but that’s an other debate. Many parents and grand-parents use this activity as a sort of bonding experience with their children and grand-children. Although a moderate amount of bread won’t kill waterfowls, there’s no control ove...
Good Morning Everyone. If you're in the Los Angeles area don't forget the protest TODAY in front of the UPS STORE in West Hollywood Justice 4 Cecil SOS...
Good Morning Everyone. If you're in the Los Angeles area don't forget the protest TODAY in front of the UPS STORE in West Hollywood Justice 4 Cecil SOS...
We need to be proactive and communicate our support with the airlines and their decision to ban the shipment of Animal Trophies. Unlike SCI members, we are taking the civilized approach and will no...
We've learned to appreciate Brent Stapelkamp Lately. He's been with Wildcru for more 3 years and has brought us updates on Cecil's Pride, the Cubs and Jericho. He's also bringing us some magnificen...
Avec l’été derrière nous on se retrouve avec beaucoup de déchets le long de nos lacs et rivières. En plus de ces déchets, plusieurs lignes à pêche et hameçons y demeurent et représentent un grand danger pour la faune, spécialement les oiseaux qui dépendent de ses environnements pour leurs besoins quotidiens. S.V.P., ramassez les lignes et hameçons laisser derrière par des pêcheurs irresponsables pour en disposer de façon sécuritaire.
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Malgré les pêcheurs responsables, les incidents causés par les moins responsables semblent inévitables jambe gauche atrophiée par du fil de pêche.
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Un petit rappel avec la migration d’automne qui nous apporte un grand nombre de différents canards et d’oies. Des animaux sauvages appartiennent à la nature et souvent nos besoins égoïstes leur font plus de tors que de bien. Si vous devez vraiment les nourrir, donnez-leur de la vraie moulée...
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Dernièrement dans les parcs nature, les bernaches est les canards se parade avec leurs petits. Je ne peux que m’empêcher de remarquer les gens qui les nourrissent aux pains blancs. Surtout avec toute la sensibilisation que plusieurs regroupements ont faite ces dernières années. Du pain qu’ils ne devraient même pas eux-mêmes manger, mais c’est un autre débat. Beaucoup de parents et grands-parents pratiquent cette activité avec leurs enfants et pet...
As promised Walter James Palmer has returned to work at his Dental Clinic, River Bluff Dental where a Rally is currently under way in remembrance of Cecil the Lion, illegally killed by Walter Palme...
Here's the story as it was released by Associated press on August 21, 1989. George Adamson was a true pioneer in African Wildlife Preservation and conservation efforts. He would be heart broken to ...
Lawless Zimbabwe provides an even more terrifying example of what can happen without adequate regulation, according to conservationists. Here, poaching in connection with farm occupations is totall...
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I'm a Location Scout, Editorial, Nature, Wildlife and Environmental Photographer based in Malibu, California. I specialize in Nature and Urban Nature photography including Infrared Landscapes. The Bulk of my work takes place in the Los Angeles, California area, Montreal, Canada, Canton de Fribourg, Switzerland and Varese a province in Northern Italy.

Ethical wildlife photography is the main priority and focus of my work. A minimum disturbance of the animals, their habitat and the environment is my top priority. This applies as much to total wilderness areas as it does to urban nature environments.

Ongoing education of environmental issues and building awareness for the protection of wildlife and wilderness areas around the world is what drives me to document the beauty that surrounds us.


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