Wildlife

Sussex heatwave: how you can help wildlife this August, according to the Sussex Wildlife Trust

Sign up to our daily SussexWorld Today newsletter WildCall Officer Charlotte Owen said conditions are tough for wildlife too after a long period of drought and ‘relentlessly high temperatures’. Sign up to our daily SussexWorld Today newsletter She said: “Water is in short supply, the ground is baked solid and refuge from the sun’s rays …

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East Texas drought increases risk of encroaching wildlife

LONGVIEW, Texas (KLTV) – The East Texas summer heat and drought can push wildlife into populated areas looking for a water source, and put them in conflict with humans in populated areas. These encounters come with risks that people should protect themselves against. Birds, mammals and insects all have a basic need. Food and water. …

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Oregon wildlife rescue sees increase in patients due to wildfires, heat waves

With singed whiskers and burnt paws from a wildfire, a baby bobcat wandered into a neighborhood east of Springfield in search of safety and food. Community members found the bobcat in a chicken coop and brought her into the Chintimini Wildlife Center to be treated for injuries, dehydration and parasites. The Corvallis wildlife center, founded …

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Bryan Reiley is Dillingham’s new area wildlife biologist for Fish and Game

Reiley brings experience as a biologist and technician in several states researching birds, grizzlies and black bears. He recently received his PhD in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Illinoisice. Bryan Reiley is Dillingham’s new wildlife biologist at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Reiley brings experience as a biologist and technician in several …

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North Texas Wildlife Center asks residents to offer fresh water for local wildlife

Plano, Texas — The doorbell at the North Texas Wildlife Center is constantly ringing. The intake center, located in Plano, rescues, rehabs, and releases wildlife from across North Texas. The impact of the drought has increased interactions between humans and wildlife. photo by Rebecca Hamlin, North Texas Wildlife Center Less water means more crowding …

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Wildlife Officials Say Dove Hunting Season Opens September 3rd

RALEIGH, NC — NC Wildlife Commission officials say the 2022-23 hunting season for mourning and white-winged doves opens on Saturday, September 3rd. Officials say they are using this as an opportunity to remind seasoned and novice hunters the importance of being properly licensed, to observe state and federal regulations, and to follow safe hunting practices. …

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Video: Georgia Wildlife rescues Doe with a bottle stuck on snout

Animals are heavily affected by littering and this video proves it. Staff members from the Georgia Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) Urban Wildlife Program (UWP) were called to the scene of a doe with a plastic Gatorade bottle stuck around her snout. The incident happened in Fayetteville. According to rescuers, the bottle was cutting into …

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Vt. Fish & Wildlife ‘Scat and Tracks Program’ partners with educators

CASTLETON, Vt. (WCAX) – To help get students outside into nature’s classroom, Vermont Fish and Wildlife has partnered with schools in every corner of the state to help kids learn what’s in their backyards. With some fresh snow on the ground, Vermont Fish and Wildlife education specialist Corey Hart says it’s a good time to …

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Tips for protecting wildlife during the summer heat wave

As temperatures soar in BC, animals need extra care and attention for safety. Wildlife Rescue Association of BC expert Linda Bakker is sharing tips on how the public can help. Temperatures are soaring across BC, leaving many birds and other animals prone to dehydration and exhaustion. The co-executive director of the Wildlife Rescue Association of …

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