Kielder Forest offers some of the wildest landscapes in all of Britain, a “Lord-of-the-Rings”-esque tableau of squishy green moss and soaring dark spruce where ospreys rule the skies and badgers, otters and adders skitter through the brambles below. Read full report.
Bobcats and mountain lions live throughout Nevada, but people do not see them as often as other wild animals. That is changing, thanks to wildland fires that have burned hundreds of thousands of acres in the Silver State. Bobcats are normally on the move for food and water, but now they are also looking for a place to live. Read full report.
Charles Koehler, a Travelers Rest resident, was working in his garden last month when he heard a series of loud screams coming from the woods behind his house. Read full report.
Three rare Scottish wildcat kittens were born at the Highland Wildlife Park in April. The new arrivals – born to mother Ness and father Zak – are the 18th, 19th and 20th kittens to be born and reared at the park over the past four years. Read full report.
A Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office deputy’s dash cam caught a full grown cougar on the run in the Redland area Friday. Read full report.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said a recent cougar seen downstate was the first confirmed sighting in the Lower Peninsula, but people have reported seeing cougars for years. Read full report.
A mountain lion crashed through a glass window and onto the bed of a sleeping woman July 4, and parts of the bizarre incident were caught on camera. Read full report.
A sighting some Omaha residents over the last five days are concerned about: mountain lions. Jenny Meister tells WOWT 6 News she was running along a path near 176th and Blondo when she spotted the mountain lion in a wooded area. Read full report.
From the common barn swallow to the exotic giraffe, thousands of animal species are in precipitous decline, a sign that an irreversible era of mass extinction is underway, new research finds. Read full report.
Sufficient prey in in the wild doesn't mean fewer attacks on livestock and a decline in man-animal conflicts, says a scientist who has been working on the highly elusive snow leopard in the Himalayas for nearly a decade. Read full report.
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