Oregon wildlife officials offer $6150 reward for info on person who shot endangered wolf

In Salem, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced a $6,150 reward for information leading to the identity of the person who shot a breeding male wolf leaving the pack without a breeding male.  … Read More

Cows take precedence over Tule elk as federal government plans to cull herd

The world’s largest remaining herd of the native rare Tule elk are dying of thirst at the Point Reyes National Seashore after ranchers erected an eight-foot high fence separating the elk from leased dairy and … Read More

Emergency inspector rescued family of beluga whales as calf screamed for his mom

An emergency inspector with the Russian ministry spent the evening rescuing a family of beluga whales that beached on the Far East shore near the Sea of Okhotsk. The baby whale, lying quite a distance … Read More

Worker mauled to death by performing bear at Russian circus

A worker was mauled to death by a performing brown bear at a Russian circus after entering the animal’s cage. Valentin Bulich, 28, entered the bear’s cage and locked himself inside at the famous Great … Read More

Youngster arbitrarily shoots young deer living at Florida sanctuary

At the Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary in Gainesville, Florida, with a “driving mission to promote compassion for farm animals through rescue and education,” on Sunday, sadly announced a young deer, named Pala, was shot and … Read More

Lonely otter finds love online from dating site ‘fishing for love’

At the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall, England, a very lonely 10-year-old short clawed otter found a new love, thanks to an online dating profile on a fake dating site called “Fishing for Love” with … Read More

Poacher shot and butchered rescued Siberian tiger released in wild one year ago

In eastern Russia, near the border of China, poachers shot a rare Amur tiger, also known as a Siberian tiger, dead this week. Reports that the cat’s head and paws had been cut off, likely … Read More

Frightened fawn stuck in fence rescued by animal control officer

A tiny fawn found herself in a particularly difficult position on Tuesday evening at the Washington Golf and County Club, but this lucky adorable little one was rescued by an officer from the Animal Welfare Read More

Penguin died after swallowing face mask thrown away on beach

A penguin died after swallowing an entire face mask. The N95 mask was found inside of the stomach of the animal in Brazil after the penguin is thought to have become lost from its group … Read More

Cattle ranchers block water access for rare Tule elk now dying of thirst

The world’s largest remaining herd of the native rare Tule elk are dying of thirst at the Point Reyes National Seashore after ranchers erected an eight-foot high fence separating the elk from leased dairy and … Read More