Conservation

$250K Cash Reward For World’s Top Animal Advocate

Do you know how many animals are unfortunate enough to have made the ‘rarest primates on the planet’ list? It's unthinkable that in the year 2015 the issue of endangered animal species should continue to be of global concern — that the possibility of their extinction is not more of a clarion call for action?

Fear For Cecil The Lion’s Cubs After Uncle Was Initially Reported Killed

In the wake of Cecil the Lion brutal killing last month and his murder receiving condemnation from around the world, it was initially reported that Cecil’s brother Jericho was also killed by a hunter August 1, according to an announcement issued by the Zimbabwe Conservation Task force. Like something ripped from the Disney animated film, The Lion King, this potential tragedy had Cecil’s line of succession in potential danger — this time, not at the hands of humans, but by fellow lions.

Support Your Local Pollinators: Buy The Bees A Home

Encourage pollinators into your garden by providing the bees a home. This awesome Bee House is just the thing to get your local bees to set up housekeeping right in your yard.

Tsū Network Allows For Social Giving To Animals

Social networks like Facebook and Twitter were perhaps the first to create an opportunity for charitable organizations and foundations to set up a presence in the social media space. However, more currently they have been overshadowed by a young upstart social network called Tsu, which in its short 9-month tenure has earned a solid reputation as the go-to platform for social giving, particularly when it comes to animals.

Knitting Nests For Injured And Abandoned Baby Animals

Wildlife Rescue Nests is a non-profit group created by Katie Deline-Ray in Ontario, Canada that provides free knitted and crocheted nests to wildlife rescue groups. These little nests and burrows help rescued and orphaned wildlife feel warm and safe while they heal and recover. It has earned her the nickname of "the crazy nest lady."

Animal Friendly Vacations With A Twist

Animal friendly vacation spots are springing up in the most unusual places. What if you could stay at a first-rate hotel where the animals were basically "complimentary"? Animal friendly hotels with a twist are the latest thing among boutique inns and lodges with a flair for the exotic.

Obama Spelling Bees From Habitat Hunting

The alarming decline in bee population could cause bees to become extinct in the very near future. Honey bees, which account for more than $15 billion through their vital role in keeping fruits, nut and vegetables in our diets have fallen prey to a mysterious disorder called ‘Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). This is a syndrome defined as a dead colony with one live queen and immature bees unable to sustain the hive.