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Staying Busy

It’s finally starting to feel like summertime here in Yellowstone, or as I call it in Texas, “springtime.” Temperatures have made it to the mid-70s, occasionally hitting 80 on a good day, and the rain has become less regular. 638 more words

DNR: No benefits from steelhead net pen experiment

By Howard Meyerson

Grand Rapids, Mich. – A 3-year experiment to determine if steelhead survival improves when hatchery-born yearlings are allowed to acclimate in a pen before being released to open water showed no benefit, according to state officials who add the approach may even be detrimental. 441 more words

Turtle TV

My sister recently found this custom aquarium at a garage sale. You certainly don’t come across that kind of thing every day. Of course she snatched it up. 92 more words

Photography

Officials examine fish farming in the Great Lakes

By Howard Meyerson

Grand Rapids, MI – Whether commercial fish farms will be allowed operate on Michigan’s Great Lakes waters is a question far from being answered, but state officials say it is being considered. 821 more words

Coffee vs. Conservation

Field Report #5
Location: Buenos Aires

Conservation zones are often in regions that are difficult to access and have been so for a very long time. 579 more words

Travel

Hope was never poached

Thandi was poached. Hope was poached. #72 was poached. Right?

Not according to the South Africa government.

Recently Saving the Survivors lost #72, a bull who was shot several times and died as a result of his injuries. 306 more words

Rhino Ramblings