CA4Elephants.org is requesting an investigation into the egregious action by Dan Ashe, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Agency to allow an auction, hunt & kill of a highly endangered Black Rhino. Additionally, allowing importing the RhinoâEUR(TM)s head
Catching animals with body gripping traps on national wildlife refuges may soon be illegal. Still, the proposed bill needs to have as much support as possible in order to save numerous animals from dying slow and painful deaths.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comments on a plan to round up 90 percent of the wild horses living in the Cold Springs Herd Management Area (HMA), which is located in rural eastern Oregon.
The Holston River in Tennessee is threatened by the release of a toxic chemicalâEUR"RDXâEUR"from the Holston Army Ammunition Plant, putting the local water supply and the communityâEUR(TM)s health at risk.
Many animals are dying each day as a result of illegal snare traps being set in Uganda. If something is not done to try and stop this, it is highly probable that entire populations of animals will soon be completely wiped out.
We call on you to take immediate action to protect COP21 and all future negotiations from the influence of big polluters. Given the fossil fuel industryâEUR(TM)s years of interference intended to block progress,
The Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act is a bill that seeks to bar Chinese officials responsible for the lockdown of Tibet from entering the United States. This is a legislative milestone that can have a monumental impact in Tibet....
Here's something to learn! The Wolf Iknew loved to gobble up herring on the shore, and the First Nations people of the coast might even have learned to invent some techniques of getting herring eggs from watching the Spirit Bear.
Once again, the Danish display their Medieval, Viking, Barbarian origins. Not only the unnecessary slaughter of Marius the young giraffe at Copenhagen Zoo last year, but NOW the horrific battering of a baby rabbit to death live on TV!
A little karma I suppose.When a raven builds its nest at the top of an electrical tower -- a few dozen feet in the air and surrounded by power lines -- it likely scratchers black bear off the list of potential invaders. Alberta.