Letter to the Arizona Daily Sun in response to wildcat hunting ban

Bobcat and mountain lion populations are carefully managed by the Arizona Game & Fish Department and populations are either stable or in some cases expanding. Hunting is a legal and regulated management tool, yet the Humane Society of the United States, operating locally as Arizonans for Wildlife, has launched a petition campaign and it’s another … Continue reading Letter to the Arizona Daily Sun in response to wildcat hunting ban

The truth about captive lions and their welfare

The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) and Blood Lions® released a new short YouTube film: “Care in Captivity,” to create public awareness about the welfare of captive bred lions and other predators in South Africa. The NSPCA and Blood Lions® condemn the growing trend of captive lion facilities that exploit their lions for monetary gain. … Continue reading The truth about captive lions and their welfare

Lynx on the loose after escaping from UK wildlife park

An escaped Eurasian lynx from a wildlife park in the United Kingdom prompted warnings not to approach the feline if spotted in the countryside. The lynx named Lilleth ran away last Sunday from the Borth Wild Animal Kingdom in Ceredigion, located about 100 miles south of Liverpool. Lilleth is about twice the size of a … Continue reading Lynx on the loose after escaping from UK wildlife park