Tag: conservation

The Miracle Tiger  – Watch & Share for the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation

The Miracle Tiger – Watch & Share for the Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation

By Micah Moen 2 Comments February 23, 2020

Meet Kai. He’s one of the newest additions to the family of tigers that call Dreamworld’s Tiger Island home. Located on Australia’s Queensland coast, the tigers here have a special mission. Kai’s job is to raise money for his cousins in the wild. You can help, too. By watching this video of Kai you’re raising […]

A New Perspective on Weeds (Little 4/6)

A New Perspective on Weeds (Little 4/6)

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 12, 2020

I know of one little paddock that was all goldenrod weeds and they didn’t really have any good grass in it at all and after we did mob grazing for two years now we’ve got a lot of sweet clover coming out there and there’s even some some of the warm season grasses that have […]

Wildlife Messengers interview in BluePlanet

Wildlife Messengers interview in BluePlanet

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 11, 2020

Movies and sculptures: works to protect the Earth. We attended the International Nature Film Festival in Gödöllő. Hungarian zoologists following cockatoos in Indonesia. Scientific work and nature conservation. Coming up next: Scientific work and nature conservation. Hungarian zoologists following cockatoos in Indonesia. Exotic landscape, the rainforest from a special perspective with colorful macaws and an […]

Food Drops for Starving Wildlife in Bushfire-Impacted Regions | WWF-Australia

Food Drops for Starving Wildlife in Bushfire-Impacted Regions | WWF-Australia

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 11, 2020

We’re at Forbes Creek today which is just outside of the ACT and we’re here with Wildcare and we’re doing food drops for wildlife that have survived the bushfires. Their habitat and food sources have been burnt out so we need to give them a helping hand to get back on their feet on the […]

Nature and culture in Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

Nature and culture in Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

By Micah Moen 2 Comments February 10, 2020

[Native Hawaiian chant] E ala e, ka lā i ka hikina I ka moana, ka moana hohonu Pi‘i ka lewa, ka lewa nu‘u I ka hikina, aia ka lā E ala e! [chant continues] [Kimokeo Kapāhulehua] It’s very significant that science with Hawaiian Island Humpback Whale Sanctuary plays a big big role with culture and […]

Living with Wildlife – Exclusion #1 (Deer, groundhogs, small mammals and birds)

Living with Wildlife – Exclusion #1 (Deer, groundhogs, small mammals and birds)

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 9, 2020

Daryl Damron: Whether you live in cities, suburbs, or the countryside, people and wildlife share Missouri. However, animals and humans can come into conflict when critters cause damage living nearby or take up residence in our homes. When this occurs, there are steps you can take to evict and exclude these animals. This video will […]

Nature Moments: The Sound of Extinction

Nature Moments: The Sound of Extinction

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 9, 2020

my husband Chuck Huntington I moved into our house and Harpswell an old farm in 1957 and every spring for years a whippoorwill came to the stone wall between our house in the house next door and it woke us up quite early you know is a little bit irritating but we loved it right […]

WE ARE FUTURE FOR NATURE

WE ARE FUTURE FOR NATURE

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 7, 2020

You know that in the end it’s that one individual, that one individual that has passion, that one individual that hasfire in the belly, that one individual that is determined that something should be done. That is what Future For Nature is all about, it’s about empowering a newgeneration of activists, it’s about taking those […]

Wildlife and the District

Wildlife and the District

By Micah Moen 0 Comment February 6, 2020

The lands within the St. Johns River Water Management District are home to many species of animals, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and other creatures. As growth and development impact the wilderness of Florida, wildlife is being forced to seek more suitable habitats on protected District lands. When visiting these lands, you may encounter a […]

Living with Wildlife: Urban Coyotes

Living with Wildlife: Urban Coyotes

By Micah Moen 2 Comments February 6, 2020

(Coyote howl) Narrator: A howl off in the distance can conger up an image of the western U.S., but the range of coyotes is extensive, and they have always been a part of Missouri’s landscape – rural and urban. Tom Meister: Seeing a coyote in your neighborhood is not necessarily a cause for alarm. In […]