Source: Center for Biological Diversity “The judge was being kind to call these claims delusional…” LAS VEGAS— Calling his legal claims “delusional,” a Nevada state court judge has dismissed rancher Cliven Bundy’s lawsuit to seize more than 58 million acres of federal lands and have them turned over […]
by Andrew Graham as published on WyoFile.com As the snowpack recedes in Wyoming, it reveals the dead. Wildlife can die from a number of causes in winter, from starvation to cold. This photograph of what appears to be an elk calf carcass in the North Platte River Valley […]
by Horseracing Wrongs The Equibase account of the 9th at Gulfstream yesterday: “FAST TRACK KATHERN raced off the pace, driving upper stretch then taken under restraint, moved to outside and eased to wire, pulled up in distress after wire, euthanized on track.” Dead. For $2 bets, entertainment. Fast […]
Source: The Dodo “Clare Staples and all the great folks at Skydog Sanctuary are seriously great people. The video, below, is just one fine example of the good works that they do for those who cannot speak for themselves. Thanks Clare…” ~ R.T.
By Dareh Gregorian as published on NBC News The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced it was ending the testing — which included feeding cats to other cats — effective immediately. Government scientists announced Tuesday that they’re pulling the plug on a research program that’s resulted in the deaths […]
by Dale Berning Sawa as published on The Guardian “From eel and sturgeon to pangolin and turtle, hundreds of species are threatened by human hunger or greed. Here are some of the most at risk…” A rare cape pangolin. Their scales are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Photograph: […]
as published on WITN.com There’s a new resident on the Outer Banks, the first foal born this year to the historic Corolla wild horse herd. They have yet to determine the sex of the foal which was born on Sunday, but the Corolla Wild Horse Fund reports that […]