Our animal care team enjoys crafting pumpkins for play. They know how to place just the right amount of worms, bugs and such in them for surprise and delight. These added touches make for more fun as the animals really get into these pumpkin treats.
Robyn Graboski from Centre Wildlife Care introduces us to Betsy the Bat in this week’s Wildlife Wednesday Flashback! Centre Wildlife Care is located on 15 acres of land in Port Matilda. Since opening in 1995, Centre Wildlife Care has cared for and ...
https://t.co/AT3gRaYHo2 #WildlifeWednesday pic.twitter.com/DofKn3Abyo — Humane Society (@HumaneSociety) November 15, 2017 Wayne Pacelle, the president and CEO of the Humane Society, also wrote a blog post detailing his reaction to the policy change.
At the next Wildlife Wednesday talk on Nov. 1, restoration biologist John Hudson will answer the question, “What’s so Special About the Riparian Zone?” The riparian zone — the area around a river — is neither upland or wetland. It blends aquatic ...
Wildlife Wednesday: Ospreys over Bridgeton An osprey looks for fish over the Sunset Lake spillway Tuesday, Apr. 5, 2016 in Bridgeton. Check out this story on thedailyjournal.com: http://vineland.dj/1RXOPCK
Sometimes I go for a walk in the park and don't see anything. Other times, this. https:// ruthdalyauthor.blogspot.ca/2017/11/a-walk -in-park.html … #WordlessWednesday#WildlifeWednesday http://pic.twitter.com/kAyOeKbj6M
Long Tailed Tits form flocks over the winter. Weighing less than a £1 coin, they are often present in gardens over the winter period and will huddle together for warmth at night. #WildlifeWednesday http://pic.twitter.com/whYe6i31nE
Elephants are on the list of threatened species and the U.S. government is giving American trophy hunters the green light to kill them. bit.ly/2zGcZ40 #WildlifeWednesday http://pic.twitter.com/DofKn3Abyo