Journal archives for May 2019

May 16, 2019

'They will be raised as a family': Coyote pups separated from parents, recovering together in Napa.

Workers at Napa Wildlife Rescue say coyotes are a species that rely heavily on companionship of their own kind.

"The fact that we got one coyote pup, and then a week later, another, was extremely unusual," said Linnaea Furlong, wildlife rescue manager Napa Wildlife Rescue.

Workers are trying to limit human contact so the animals don't get too comfortable around humans.

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May 20, 2019

May 24, 2019

Activists sue Trump administration for not protecting imperiled Sierra Nevada red foxes.

In a 15-page filing Thursday in federal district court in San Francisco, attorneys for the Center for Biological Diversity and San Francisco Baykeeper sued the Trump administration for failing to protect the Sierra Nevada red fox and seven other at-risk species across the nation, under the Endangered Species Act.

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May 29, 2019

26 of the most endangered animals in America.

Of the remaining 8.7 million plant and animal species, 23,000 are considered to be threatened with extinction according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), due primarily to loss of habitat and loss of genetic variation - the latter of which allows animals to adapt to environmental changes.

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