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Belgium Plans to Neuter Most Cats as Feline Population Explodes
Animals  (tags: stray cats, populations, belguim, neutering cats, protection )

Simone
- 2969 days ago - guardian.co.uk
The Belgian government has come up with a radical way to deal with the burgeoning cat population - to sterilise all but a select few of the animals within five years. If it is passed into law, the country will embark on a phased neutering of all cats
Malaysian Rehab Centre Strives to Save Orangutans
Animals  (tags: orangutans, extinction, populations, rehabilitation centre, survival, protection )

Simone
- 2979 days ago - radioaustralia.net.au
The battle to save the Asia's orangutan population is an on going one in Malaysia's Sabah state where a special rehabilitation centre continues to rescue young apes and reintroduce them back into the wild.
ACTION ALERT: URGENT: Tell Forest Service:"Give Wild Horses Their Fair Share" !!
Animals  (tags: forest service, government agency, wild horses public lands, destroyers, wild horse welfare, populations )

Simone
- 3127 days ago - secure2.convio.net
The Forest Service has presented a horrible proposal. It establishes dangerously low numbers for wild horses and burros AND short-cuts the public comment period. RIGHT NOW until April 5 is that brief comment period to speak up in opposition to this
The Resurrection of the Iberian Lynx - VIDEOS
Animals  (tags: iberian lynx, surival, endangered, breeding programmes, populations, recoveringwildlife )

Simone
- 3134 days ago - rtve.es
The Iberian lynx is not to disappear. For the first time in 50 years, there has been an increase in the number of fish that live in our country. In the last census, prepared by the Government of Andalusia, the number of lynx released census over 220,
ACTION ALERT: Stop Brumby Running in The Alpine National Park !!!
Animals  (tags: australian brumbies, brumby running, stress, capture, slaughtered, cruelty, inhumane, populations, protection )

Simone
- 3134 days ago - ipetitions.com
The inhumane treatment that we believe many Brumbies suffer during and after their capture via Brumby running is, in our view, unacceptable and contrary to the RSPCA Australian Animal Charter.
The War of the Sea Eagles
Animals  (tags: sea eagles, endangered, locals, controvery, reintroduction, survival, nesting, populations )

Simone
- 3135 days ago - guardian.co.uk
We drove the white-tailed eagle to extinction in England more than 200 years ago; the last pair was recorded on the Isle of Wight. They became extinct in Scotland at the start of the last century but, after several decades of trying, were successfully
Vladivostok to Preserve More Amur Tigers
Animals  (tags: amur tigers, populations, survival, northeast asia, vladitvostok, protection, conservation )

Simone
- 3143 days ago - russia-ic.com
Problems of preservation of the Amur tiger population will be discussed on March 16 in Vladivostok at the conference "Amur tiger in Northeast Asia: problems of preservation in the XXI century," reports the press office of the WWF.
72 Asiatic Lions Dead in Last Two Years in India's Gir Forests
Animals  (tags: asiastic lions, deaths, 72, two years, survival, populations, india Gir forests )

Simone
- 3147 days ago - earthtimes.org
The western Indian state of Gujarat, home of the majestic Asiatic lions, has admitted that 72 lions had died in the Gir sanctuary during the last two years mainly due to "natural causes". The state government told lawmakers in the state legislature
Hunting the Hunters: Can India's Big Cats Survive?
Animals  (tags: indian tigers, anti poaching groups, fighing poachers, survival, populations, threatened )

Simone
- 3166 days ago - thenational.ae
Slipping through the darkness across the state border, the anti-poaching team was a bundle of nerves. Not only was it up against the biggest and most powerful tiger-killer in the region, but it also had to avoid running into the local police, for fear it
Wolf Numbers Down in Yellowstone
Animals  (tags: yellowstones wolves, populations, reports, down, 2009, wildife, survival )

Simone
- 3168 days ago - starvalleyindependent.com
Wolf numbers in Yellowstone National Park declined for the second consecutive year. The decline was expected and considered natural. The Yellowstone Wolf Project reports the 2009 population at 96-98 wolves, down 23 percent from the 124 wolves recorded
Year of the Tiger Media Briefing/Teleconference Addresses State of Tigers Around the World
Animals  (tags: tigers, addresses, state of tigers, populations, worldwide )

Simone
- 3177 days ago - earthtimes.org
-- A media briefing from leading tiger experts will address the status of tigers around the world, the threats they face and solutions to address their decline, including a Global Tiger Summit in Vladivostok this September. The 9 AM EDT teleconference
Despite Hunts, Wolves Hold Steady in Northern Rockies
Animals  (tags: wolf packs, grey wolves, populations, survival, hunts, northern rockies )

Simone
- 3187 days ago - mnn.com
A new tally of gray wolves in the Northern Rockies shows the population held steady across the region in 2009, ending more than a decade of expansion by the predators but also underscoring their resilience in the face of new hunting seasons in Montana
Big Cats Roar Again in Karnataka
Animals  (tags: census, authorities, populations, survival, tigers, karnataka )

Simone
- 3192 days ago - mangalorean.com
On the third day of the Tiger Census volunteers and forest department officials have sighted rich presence of big cats in the reserved forests of Karnataka. The state has the second highest population of tigers in the country after MP, according to the
Study: Rising Seas Threaten Bangladesh Tigers
Animals  (tags: tigers, threatened, rising seas, endangered, populations, bangladesh tigers, tragedy )

Simone
- 3197 days ago - abcnews.go.com
One of the world's largest tiger populations could be wiped out this century as rising seas threaten to engulf their dwindling habitat in the coastal mangrove forests of Bangladesh, researchers said Wednesday.
There Ought to Be More Otters and More
Animals  (tags: otters, studies, populations, protection, wildlife, threatened )

Simone
- 3216 days ago - defenders.org
During the spring census completed in June, U.S. Geological Survey scientists say 2,654 otters were counted. This brings the three-year average to 2,813, the lowest it has been since the late 1990s. And it means the population, categorized as threatened

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