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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.
By isis
Project aims to rescue and establish assurance colonies of amphibian species in danger of extinction, and develop expertise to reduce threat from chytridiomycosis worldwide.
By LTD Company
New Hampshire, typically known for the mighty moose, offers a bountiful wildlife treasure that all can enjoy.
By Ireland's Wildlife
Feeding birds in the garden is becoming increasingly popular in Irealnd. This new partnership aims to highlight the importance of feeding garden birds to help them through the worst of the Irish winter.
By Author Frederick Fichman
Author Frederick Fichman has just uploaded to YouTube five new videos in support of his 12-volume book series, "Visit the Zoo." Mr. Fichman has also just received an important endorsement of the series from Prince William of Great Britain.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
With eye-popping photographs we’ve been able to get viewers as close as possible to real travel moments and the exhilaration of authentic wildlife encounters
By Quality Parks
Local naturalists will bring the changing of seasons alive, as you explore Long Island Wildlife
By Widness & Wiggins PR
The expeditions take place in the Mindo region of northwestern Ecuador, a mountainous, subtropical area located on the western slopes of the Andes, where two of the most biologically diverse eco-regions in the world meet.
By No-Scenter, LLC
Hunters, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts can get closer than ever before.
By Texas Outdoor Insurance
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation, over 90 million Americans hunt, fish or watch wildlife.
By Kimberley Whale Watching
Kimberley Whale Watching announce an exciting and affordable new 7 day/6 night wildlife expedition cruise, starting at $3,000 pp twin share, visiting some of the most remote islands and reefs on the Kimberley coast.
By Ireland's Wildlife
Footage of fin whales filmed by the BBC off the coast of Ireland in November 2012 is set to feature prominently in a new series called “The Great British Year”.
By Kim Bagnell
The six-day Florida Keys Birding and Wildlife Festival continues through Sunday with events from Key Largo to Key West.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
Unwrapping nature’s mysteries is part of the fun of these international wildlife viewing expeditions.
By Travel PR
Exciting new trips to Oman, the Republic of Congo, Brazil, Tanzania and Spain
By Ingrid Vekemans Photography
Ingrid Vekemans was Awarded: 3rd place in Nature - Wildlife category for the winning entry "Matriarch"
By Widness & Wiggins PR
International travel is the best possible gift that you can give a child of any age.
By Mark Knass & Associates
"Enraged" the much sought after wildlife bronze by world renowned artist and sculptor, Lorenzo E Ghiglieri was just listed on eBay. Collectors expect strong bidding with a low starting bid of only $22,500 for the auction of this prized piece.
By Ireland's Wildlife
The changing season makes this the perfect time to get outdoors and explore some of Ireland's wonderful nature and wildlife
By Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
Last week saw the Big Butterfly Race between the Hampshire and Sussex branches of Butterfly Conservation marking the start of the Big Butterfly Count (20th July - 11th August) which encourages everyone to go out, look for, and record butterflies.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
The fall Galapagos / Peru combination is truly one of nature’s greatest events, and a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife adventure for any lover of wildlife.
By Sherway Gardens
Sherway Gardens’ current Gallery in the Garden exhibit entitled Call of the Wild presents a series of animal and bird portraits by Janice Ykema that go beyond the usual wildlife and nature painting to express the strong personalities of the creatures...
By National Marine Life Center
Long-term National Marine Life seal patient to be released at Scusset Beach
By Joanna May, Artist, Wildlife
Why not make Sunday 6th October a very special day for the bears by supporting two fabulous events: An art exhibition by Joanna May in Henley on Thames during the day and an evening performance by Peter Egan and friends at Sonning Theatre
By Boat Charters Alaska
As the weather heats up for another summer, adventurers of the world may find themselves craving a snow day. Even in the middle of the hottest months, visitors to Alaska can get up close to giant glaciers towering in the crystal blue waters.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
While most come for the exceptional wildlife viewing and the world-famous Macaw Clay Lick, visitors end up on mountain bikes, kayaks, paddleboards, river cruises and experiencing local herbal treatments at the spa.
By Hampshire Wildlife Trust
Seven kingfisher eggs have been laid in an artificial nest at Hampshire Wildlife Trust’s Winnall Moors nature reserve, Winchester.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
The increased wildlife activity during July’s veranito season is Costa Rica's best-kept secret.
By University of Missouri–St. Louis
Expert tour guides present the wonders of Yellowstone National Park in this unique program designed for adults and families.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
These parks are in some instances as endangered as the animals and flora/fauna they harbor.
By Hampshire Wildlife Trust
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust has launched its annual wildlife photography competition, in search of the best wildlife images from the two counties. Entry is free and there is a £150 prize for the overall winner.
By Wolf Conservation Center
On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves were released to the wild for the first time in the Blue Range Recovery Area of Arizona and New Mexico.
By Carl Nagaitis, Bryher Business Partnership
Award-winning wildlife photographer Lesley Wood yesterday revealed how her photographic safaris to Africa, South America and parts of Asia, had brought home the stark reality of the 'conservation nightmare' that is now threatening a growing number of...
By Cumbria Tourism - Greg Stephenson
Come and join us on Ullswater, England’s second largest lake, this Spring and discover the serenity and beauty of this wonderful season on a Tweets and Bleats cruise.
By Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge
KaleidoKites Sponsors Wildlife Refuge Event to Display Art in the Air to Benefit Big America's Largest Exotic Cat Rescue in Eureka Springs Arkansas
By Hampshire Wildlife Trust
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust has brought 8 egg bearing (berried) female white-clawed crayfish into Bristol Zoo; eggs carried by the females will be hatched and reared in order to help enhance the status of this very rare species.
By Wildscreen
Wildlife charity, Wildscreen, releases new educational game to inspire the science superheroes of the future. Team WILD is a fun way for students to discover careers in conservation and science, by turning scientists into superheroes.
By Widness & Wiggins PR
Found in Remote Jungles of Eastern Peru, Pygmy Marmoset Is World’s Smallest Primate Averaging Just Five Inches in Length
By Chapel Hill Art Gallery
Please visit Chapel Hill Art Gallery in the month of March in support of the Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic. From March 1st, until March 31st, the works of over 40 local artists will be on display.
By Briar Cottages
Lochearnhead holiday cottage business owners Kim and Fraser Proven are embracing “Year Of Natural Scotland 2013” by offering vouchers with local tourism partners, starting with Wildlife Watch and Land Rover Safari experiences in April and May.
By Sharon Delarose
You don't need to look past your own back yard to discover bizarre and colorful insects, plants and animals. This photoblog series highlights a single acre in Georgia, USA with photos, stories, myths and legends.
By Office of Continuing Ed & Professional Development
Great Lakes Bay Economic Club Monthly Luncheon hosts Doug Reeves, Assistant Chief, Wildlife Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Monday, February 25, 2013.
By M_M_S
Peveril Homes has, this week, launched a campaign with wings, in a bid to encourage the birds of Belper to pay a flying visit to its development.
By Ireland's Wildlife
A new series of weekends aimed at helping people get closer to the wild side of Ireland have been launched by a team of wildlife specialists in West Cork.
By Frederick Fichman
Grand Canyon-Your South Rim Trail Gude for Hiking, Dining & Lodging has just been released with new content updates. This guidebook now covers the entire South Rim Trail from The Watchtower on the eastern terminus to Hermit's Rest on the west.
By CTS Music
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Obtains $40,000 With a Matching Funds Grant to Rescue Remaining Tigers from Riverglen Sanctuary
By New Forest National Park Authority
A free event to encourage local people to learn new skills and take on new challenges is back for a third successful year.
By Frederick Fichman
The completed 12-book childrens & young adult series "Visit the Zoo" is now ready for purchase on Amazon Kindle and Barnes&Noble websites. With beautiful photography and descriptive content, this series introduces over 120 zoo animals to readers.
By Flugel Publishing House
Magical Ventures of Loli and Lenny is a fantasy series for children and middle grade but with a moral for today’s generation.

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