Poaching and COVID-19

Poaching and COVID-19

If you thought poachers would take a break during the COVID-19 pandemic, think again. While sentimental stories of wildlife reclaiming their land lost to humans during the lockdown are making viral news on social media, opportunistic poachers are taking advantage of...
Cecil, 5 Years Later

Cecil, 5 Years Later

Cecil, 5 years later Do you remember the famous killing of Cecil the Lion? There was hope within the conservation world that this incident would be the catalyst to ignite change within the US regarding endangered species regulations. Did that happen? On July 1st,...
Nature, in Captivity

Nature, in Captivity

Zoos are a paradoxical entity in that our desire for the continued freedom of wild animals has strangely come to justify their captivity, legitimizing domestication, in that, the zoo animal enters the stage as a monument to the wild animal’s disappearance in...
American Tigers

American Tigers

Over the past 20 years weak federal regulations has engendered a pervasive threat to both animal welfare and conservation. Many of us have not realized our dangerous complacency by allowing the marginalization of one of the world’s most iconic species. Images of...