Wildlife Expeditions Yellowstone Winter Safari Named a Top 10 Awesome Animal Encounter by Men’s Journal

Wildlife Expeditions’ private snow coach tours through Yellowstone National Park’s rarely traveled winter landscape are a top-10 pick from Men’s Journal magazine for places in the U.S. to “Take a Walk on the Wild Side.” Wildlife Expeditions’ nonprofit parent, Teton Science Schools, brings remarkable expertise to the guides’ ability to scout wolves and other wildlife while offering a deep dive into the context of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for the Jackson Hole wildlife safari company’s exclusive winter adventures.

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Wildlife rescue ongoing after California oil spill

Two birds oiled after an undersea pipeline ruptured off the Southern California coast have been treated and released. Officials have reported 28 oiled birds since the spill a little more than a week ago off the coast of Orange County. (Oct. 13)

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River Safari renamed, new bird park named Bird Paradise in Mandai Wildlife Group rebranding

Singapore’s well-known wildlife parks like the zoo and bird park are getting new identities. The River Safari has been renamed as River Wonders, while the new bird park in the upcoming Mandai precinct will be named Bird Paradise. Mandai Wildlife Group said the rebranding marks a renewed focus on wildlife conservation and getting more to take action on climate change. Part of the brand facelift will also see more efforts in areas like ecotourism and green technology.

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Concerns that illegal wildlife trade in Southeast Asia could pick up when COVID-19 restrictions ease

There are concerns that the illegal wildlife trade could pick up as COVID-19 travel restrictions ease. According to USAID Wildlife Asia, in 2019, before the pandemic, it saw 82 reported pangolin seizures in countries like Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Almost 156,000kg of products were seized. But in 2020, the number of seizures dropped by half to about 50 and close to 10,000kg of scales. Even with pandemic restrictions still in place, the authorities in Thailand registered some 480 cases — amounted to almost US$150,000 — involving illegal wildlife in 2020.

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Laos, Myanmar becoming hotspots for illegal wildlife trade

The illegal wildlife trade is thriving in Laos and in Myanmar, where the military coup has made things worse. Globally, wildlife comes in at number four after the illicit trade in drugs, human trafficking, and counterfeit goods. The UN is concerned about Laos becoming a major illegal transnational wildlife hub in the already problematic Mekong region. In neighbouring Myanmar, the political crisis and violence have displaced hundreds of thousands, forcing many to hide in the jungles, and eventually resorting to trafficking to survive.

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Wildlife center cares for birds found in oil spill

At the Oiled Wildlife Care Network treatment center in Los Angeles, staff were treating the 25 live birds that were oiled from the spill. But officials were optimistic that most would fully recover. (Oct. 8)

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Cleanup, wildlife rescue ongoing in Calif. oil spill

Officials say they’re working to ramp up the number of personnel involved in beach cleanup efforts after an oil spill dumped heavy crude into the water off the shores of Southern California. Wildlife rescue efforts are also underway in the area. (Oct. 6)

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California Oil Spill Threatens More Beaches And Wildlife

A massive oil spill off Southern California is now moving quickly down the coast, and officials fear it could soon stretch as far as Mexico. As crews race to contain it, new information is emerging about what may have caused the disaster. NBC national correspondent Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY from Huntington Beach, California.

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O.C. oil spill threatens wildlife

Efforts to clean up a massive spill that has closed several beaches, and left birds and marine life covered in oil off the Orange County coast continues Monday.

Officials say the damaged pipeline that allowed approximately 126,000 gallons of oil to spill into the ocean is no longer leaking. Mark Mester reports for the KTLA 5 News at 8 on Oct. 4, 2021.

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