Good news. The population of reintroduced Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico has been increasing and the wolves are now at 75 animals, 20 of which are pups. The population is the highest it has been in the 14 years since the wolves were reintroduced into the Southwest. At the end of 2011, […]
“Wilderness is not a luxury, but a necessity of the human spirit.” — Edward Abbey Enjoy this lovely slice-of-wildlife video production shot entirely at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. The video ends after three minutes and 39 seconds of sublime natural beauty, making you wish you had planned a trip to Northern California sooner […]
The Lab of Ornithology at Cornell has produced this delightful mini-film of researchers in Costa Rica tracking and communicating with a Pale-billed Woodpecker, the cousin to the Ivory-billed and Imperial Woodpeckers, which are considered critically endangered/possibly extinct. If you are a bird watcher, a science nerd, or a jungle hiking fan, this 11 minute film […]
I’ll admit it: I am a first-class Ivory-billed Woodpecker junkie. This beautiful, large bird, if not extinct, has been hiding very well since the 1940s; the last known pair of birds was seen and extensively documented by Arthur Allan and Paul Kellogg in 1935 for their report Recent observations of the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker. When news broke […]
Have you already seen the video of a cow elk splashing in a forest water hole? If not, check out the 46 seconds of gleeful splashing, kicking, jumping, and general joie de vivre on display. It’s adorable.
A group of Utah campers claim to have been stalked by a Bigfoot creature during a recent trip into Provo Canyon. In typical poor-quality, jerky-running Bigfoot video fashion, the clip of the supposed creature lasts only 45 seconds–and is inconclusive. The campers claim the creature stopped and stared at them before they ran off, leaving all […]