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By Blue Ridge Wildlife Center
The Board of Directors of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center s announced today that it has hired David B. Bancroft as its new executive director.  Founder Belinda Burwell, D.V.M.
By Zohar African Safaris
Zohar African Safaris (ZAS), specialists in custom designed wildlife safaris in East Africa, is now offering travelers a wide range of immersive cultural, adventure, and other experiences that take them beyond the standard “jeep tours” to experience...
By Echosec Systems Ltd.
Echosec social media search contributes to the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative. More at: www.echosec.net
By Catalina Island Conservancy
Catalina Island Conservancy Working with the Public to Protect Endangered Creatures
By Austin Adventures
Austin Adventures to Host Webinar Discussing Ways to Explore Ecuadorian Islands
By Tropic
Huaorani Lifestyle Found to Have a Beneficial Effect on Species Biodiversity
By Wild Florida
Wild Florida, Orlando’s only eco-tour and wildlife park experience, announces the introduction of new and exciting Animal Experiences packages for customers.
By Wildlife Learning Center
Two baby porcupines have been introduced to the Wildlife Learning Center. Come visit the WLC and see the furry and adorable baby porcupines; Betty and Allen. The names were selected by no other than Betty White.
By Global Conservation Group
Smithville, Tennessee plans to host a fundraiser this Friday that involves participants stabbing, beating and killing hundreds of frogs.
By Frederick Fichman
Amazon Price Promotion for author Frederick Fichman’s giant anthology, “Visit the Zoo 12-Book Anthology-Your guide to the Zoo, Over 120 Animals Featured” published on Kindle. Descriptions & extensive photography highlight this guide.
By The Raptor Trust
Leonard J. Soucy, Jr. died on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Len was an extraordinary man who made a major impact on both the wildlife of NJ and the attitudes of people living with wildlife.
By Tommy K Studios
“Ricky the Whale and the Mysterious Medallion” is a children’s book published to let readers see and learn how a simple whale can make a difference in the world.
By Tropic
This ecotourism program that combines science with active travel is a brand-new way to explore the rainforest while offering indigenous and local communities opportunities to learn more about their environment.
By Catalina Island Conservancy
The Bald Eagle’s Successful Recovery on Catalina Island Continues
By Frederick Fichman
Just published from Author Frederick Fichman on Amazon Kindle, "Visit the Zoo-12 Book Anthology." Author Fichman has combined all twelve of the individually published "Visit the Zoo" books into one convenient volume.
By WANT Expeditions
Award-winning wildlife and nature focused travel outfitter offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and leads tourism industry with conservation efforts.
By Catalina Island Conservancy
Catalina Island Conservancy and IWS Bald Eagle Restoration Program Thriving Millions Visit Eagle Cams to Get a Bird’s Eye View of the Recovery of the Nation’s Symbol
By Southwind Adventures
Southwind Launches Family-friendly Itinerary in the Amazon and Galápagos
By Eco Advantage Pest Control
Eco Advantage Pest Control builds online marketing presence through relationship with Turn The Page Online Marketing.
By isis
DelVal zoo science majors get access to the field’s leading animal records management solution Delaware Valley College, in Doylestown, Pa., is the first college in the world to purchase access to an educational version of the software platform that...

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By Sweehaven Gallery
Wildlife Biologist Captures Incredible Images of Birds Up Close and Personal
By Friends of South Purdown
Thriving Wildflower Meadows and Protected Species amongst wildlife set to be destroyed under revival of old plans
By Tropic
Small groups of up to 16 people visiting the Galapagos Islands now can have exclusive access to the specialized knowledge that only the experienced Foundation’s scientists and staff can provide.
By Blue Ridge Wildlife Center
The Board of Directors of the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center s announced today that it has hired David B. Bancroft as its new executive director.  Founder Belinda Burwell, D.V.M.
By Zohar African Safaris
Zohar African Safaris (ZAS), specialists in custom designed wildlife safaris in East Africa, is now offering travelers a wide range of immersive cultural, adventure, and other experiences that take them beyond the standard “jeep tours” to experience...
By Echosec Systems Ltd.
Echosec social media search contributes to the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative. More at: www.echosec.net
By Frogs Are Green, Inc.
Discovery and Expression Through Art - Children in K-3 are introduced to frogs, amphibians and the world that surrounds them.
By African People & Wildlife Fund
25 Conservation Students Will Receive Funding for Secondary School Studies
By Hoedpsruit Endangered Species Centre, Africam
A young orphaned rhino whose mother was killed by poachers is playing big brother to a baby rhino that has just endured the same tragic loss.
By Wild Planet Adventures
Wild Planet Adventures’ best way to experience the wonders of Zambia is on their 18-Day Ultimate Wildlife Safari starting at $15,798 per person, double. The season is year-round but the best wildlife viewing is from July through October.
By Rizzo's Wildlife
Opening in May of 2015, we invite you to visit our 4700 sq ft. indoor wildlife center in Flanders (Roxbury) NJ. where reptiles, mammals, birds, fish  and creepy crawlies all wait to delight, entertain and edcuare.
By Natural Habitat Adventures
Just 10 guests per departure will explore wild regions of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, a country many visitors believe represents what Costa Rica felt like 50 years ago. The inaugural departure of this new 11-day adventure is set for Nov. 26, 2015.
By Catalina Island Conservancy
Catalina Island Conservancy Working with the Public to Protect Endangered Creatures
By INGWE Leopard Research
INGWE Kick Start Protection For Leopards The INGWE Leopard Research team are taking up arms in the fight of wildlife conservation as they turn to online crowd funding to help spread the word about the endangerment of African leopards, by enabling...
By Travel PR
Prehistoric-looking birds, a baby boom, 10 million bats and more…
By Ireland's Wildlife
At more than 2,500 km Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined touring route in the world. But the west coast is about more than spectacular scenery and uniquely Irish culture. The Wild Atlantic Way has a wild side that deserves attention.
By Natural Habitat Adventures
A Safari Focused on Rhino Conservation In the Company of World Wildlife Fund Researchers
By NATUCATE
For those with a yearning for faraway places, we see ourselves as the link to the realisation of their dreams. Many people want more from their travel experience than just spending a few days or weeks in a hotel, photographing sights and going home.
By Pure Florida
In partnership with WGCU, Pure Fort Myers will host a special cruise event on the Caloosahatchee River Jan. 30. The public is invited to cruise with Dr.
By Austin Adventures
Austin Adventures to Host Webinar Discussing Ways to Explore Ecuadorian Islands
By Tropic
Huaorani Lifestyle Found to Have a Beneficial Effect on Species Biodiversity
By GreenTracks, Inc.
GreenTracks free CD-ROM contains Amazon travel information, slide show with over 200 photos of Amazon nature and a video of an Amazon Riverboat Wildlife Cruise.
By Wild Florida
Wild Florida, Orlando’s only eco-tour and wildlife park experience, announces the introduction of new and exciting Animal Experiences packages for customers.
By Wildlife Learning Center
Two baby porcupines have been introduced to the Wildlife Learning Center. Come visit the WLC and see the furry and adorable baby porcupines; Betty and Allen. The names were selected by no other than Betty White.
By Baja AirVentures
Bahia de los Angeles, just 300 air miles from San Diego offers the closest whale shark experience to North American shores and is one of the most dependable locations in the world where they make regular, predictable appearances.
By Wildlife Learning Center
The American Bald Eagle is one of the recent rescued animal additions to the WLC.
By Wildlife Learning Center
With summer just around the corner, WLC can be your next attraction to bring your children along. Located in Sylmar, Calif. A great alternative to the lines, crowds and steep entry fees of big zoos.
By Global Conservation Group
Smithville, Tennessee plans to host a fundraiser this Friday that involves participants stabbing, beating and killing hundreds of frogs.
By Frederick Fichman
Amazon Price Promotion for author Frederick Fichman’s giant anthology, “Visit the Zoo 12-Book Anthology-Your guide to the Zoo, Over 120 Animals Featured” published on Kindle. Descriptions & extensive photography highlight this guide.
By The Raptor Trust
Leonard J. Soucy, Jr. died on Wednesday, June 11, 2014. Len was an extraordinary man who made a major impact on both the wildlife of NJ and the attitudes of people living with wildlife.
By Nunsmere Hall Hotel
Cheshire Falconry Unveil A Feast of Fun Outdoor Pursuits For Visitors To The Luxury Hotel's Corporate Showcase
By Tommy K Studios
“Ricky the Whale and the Mysterious Medallion” is a children’s book published to let readers see and learn how a simple whale can make a difference in the world.
By Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre / Africam.com
HOEDSPRUIT, South Africa June 3, 2014 – The real time progress of a rescued baby rhino is now being broadcast live over the Internet.
By Tropic
This ecotourism program that combines science with active travel is a brand-new way to explore the rainforest while offering indigenous and local communities opportunities to learn more about their environment.
By Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (CBSG)
The world’s zoos and aquariums call for action on climate change
By Catalina Island Conservancy
The Bald Eagle’s Successful Recovery on Catalina Island Continues
By Frederick Fichman
Just published from Author Frederick Fichman on Amazon Kindle, "Visit the Zoo-12 Book Anthology." Author Fichman has combined all twelve of the individually published "Visit the Zoo" books into one convenient volume.
By Catalina Island Conservancy
AVALON, Calif., May 5, 2014 — The wildflowers are in bloom, and the spring weather is perfect for a hike on one of the many trails the Catalina Island Conservancy maintains on Catalina Island.
By WANT Expeditions
Award-winning wildlife and nature focused travel outfitter offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences and leads tourism industry with conservation efforts.
By AvoiDeer - Safer driving
AvoiDeer app for IOS has had great success since it launched in Scandinavia March 1st, Now they target users in moose/deer populated areas in the US, Canada, Germany and UK. AvoiDeer alerts about roadside wildlife on the drivers smartphone!
By Frederick Fichman
Just Reduced! Author Frederick Fichman has lowered the price on Volume I from the 12-book series, “Visit the Zoo.” Book number one is a wonderful introduction to the entire series which contains photography-information on over 120 zoo animals.
By UC Berkeley Center for Family and Community Health
The Department of Interior charges that the FCC standards for cell phone radiation are outmoded and no longer applicable as they do not adequately protect wildlife.
By Catalina Island Conservancy
Catalina Island Conservancy and IWS Bald Eagle Restoration Program Thriving Millions Visit Eagle Cams to Get a Bird’s Eye View of the Recovery of the Nation’s Symbol
By EnviroTech Exterminating
Nuisance wildlife animals typically leave foul odors or urine smells which attract more wildlife. EnviroTech Exterminating offers odor neutralization services as an optional add on to wildlife removal and exclusion services.
By Southwind Adventures
Southwind Launches Family-friendly Itinerary in the Amazon and Galápagos
By Widness & Wiggins PR
“As we dig ever deeper into Africa, our safaris become ever more engaging as we’re able to layer texture upon texture, and experience upon experience.”
By Eco Advantage Pest Control
Eco Advantage Pest Control builds online marketing presence through relationship with Turn The Page Online Marketing.
By isis
DelVal zoo science majors get access to the field’s leading animal records management solution Delaware Valley College, in Doylestown, Pa., is the first college in the world to purchase access to an educational version of the software platform that...
By Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (CBSG)
CBSG's Portfolio Shows How Conservation Organizations Worldwide Can Serve Their Conservation Mission and Financial Portfolio Goals
By isis
Agreement is to strengthen animal records management best practices within the Brazilian Zoological Community.


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