Tracking a large male lion (which we never overtook) behind a Maasai warrior/wildlife biologist brought home to me just how thoroughly Africa has scra...
Sometimes animals that wouldn't normally socially interact break the mold and become friends, transcending or ignoring instinct and how science says t...
I write a blog for Animal Planet called Animal Oddities and I often feature stories of animals that show up in odd places. Despite such entertaining ...
In reality, there has been a sharp and rapid decline in Africa's lion populations; however, a new report points to two strategies that if adopted may help to revive them.
Is Dennis Hill a nut case for boarding people-eating cats in his backyard? Or is Dennis merely a genuine individualist doing his thing?
The Legacy Award celebrates a vision of bringing environmental messages into entertainment -- television, film and music -- to educate and motivate the public.
What then might amuse those football fans whose team has already fallen into the dumper? You can adopt another club just for the 2009 season. Toss them overboard and pick a winner.
The 'lion encounter' industry is only that -- an industry. Churning out cubs for photo opportunities is a great revenue earner but none of those cubs are set free.
I hit my breaks. The lion stood alert, contemplating whether or not it too wanted to become the center of an annoying riddle like the chicken.
I didn't know the extent of abuse, neglect and abandonment of exotic felines that exists in this country. In the state of Texas, alone, there are more tigers in captivity than there are wild tigers left in the entire world.
Wildlife conservation will succeed only when local people are convinced that their lives are tangibly improved as a result of having wild animals around them.
60 Minutes had an extraordinary piece by Bob Simon last night on how U.S. poison manufacturer FMC is exporting Furadan (banned in Europe and strictly ...
The Captive Wild Animal Protection Coalition estimates that as many as 7,000 tigers are currently kept as pets in the United States--that's more tigers than currently inhabit all the wilds of Asia.
The proportion of sabertooth fossils at La Brea matches that of large social carnivores attracted to the playbacks.