06/06/24

Bobcats in the United States: Understanding Their Role in Nature

By: Bobbi Brink
Bobcats are medium-sized wild cats native to North America. They are quite adaptable and resilient, with distinctive features like tufted ears and a short bobbed tail, from which they get their name. Bobcats are quite similar to the house cat in that they use whiskers like fingertips to feel their surroundings and judge whether an […]
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31/05/24

Guardians of the Forest: Bears' Essential Ecological Role

By: Bobbi Brink
Bears are powerful animals with big personalities that match their physical size. They're intelligent, inquisitive, tolerant, empathetic, playful, social, and even altruistic. Bears are also the guardians of the forest because they protect the natural ecosystem. However, they face significant threats from human activities that endanger their survival and disrupt the ecosystems they help maintain.  […]
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28/05/24

The Dangers of Cub Petting: Why It's Harmful and Unethical

By: Bobbi Brink
Cubs are cute, and that’s perhaps their biggest vulnerability. Their inherent cuteness and majestic presence make them incredibly appealing – and many people will happily pay to play with these animals. Sadly, the practice of cub petting attractions not only harms the animals in question but also helps fuel the illegal wildlife trade.  As a […]
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30/04/24

Feathered Friends: The Colorful World of Exotic Bird Rescue

By: Bobbi Brink
The exotic pet trade endangers exotic bird species like macaws, parrots, and cockatoos. While many people mistake these birds for domesticated pets, they are wild animals with sophisticated intelligence and social behavior that warrant rehabilitation and dedicated care. In this post, we'll delve into the exotic bird rescue world, emphasizing their social behavior, intelligence, special […]
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26/04/24

Jungle Royalty: Investigating the Secret Life of Jaguars

By: Bobbi Brink
Jaguars are the third biggest cat in the world—only after the lion and tiger—and the largest cats in the Western Hemisphere. They bear a striking resemblance to leopards, which live in Asia and Africa, but Jaguars' spots are more complex. Some of their rosettes (circular markings) have black dots in the middle, a trait less […]
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23/04/24

How Livestock Rescue Saves Our Farm Animal Friends

By: Bobbi Brink
Farm animals are an important part of our lives. They serve as sources of companionship, and even therapy. But what most people do not know is that farm animals have feelings, needs, and desires. They form bonds with their caretakers and fellow herd members and experience fear, sadness, joy, etc. Yet, many farm animals suffer […]
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27/03/24

Exposing the Cruel Reality of White Tigers in Captivity

By: Bobbi Brink
White tigers are incredibly rare, and only a handful of them have ever been spotted in the wild. Contrary to common belief, these majestic animals are not albino or distinct subspecies of tigers; instead, they are Bengal or Siberian tigers carrying a rare genetic mutation known as leucism. This mutation affects the pigmentation of their […]
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18/03/24

The Enigmatic Emu: Unveiling the Mystery of the Flightless Giant

By: Bobbi Brink
Emus are the second-largest living bird by height, behind the ostrich. They stand up to 6.2 feet (1.9 meters) tall, with distinctive long necks and legs. They are native to Australia and inhabit various habitats across the country, including savannahs, forests, and grasslands. Emus are flightless, but they run fast and can reach up to […]
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14/03/24

Captivity Cruelty: The Dark Side of Private Wildlife Ownership

By: Bobbi Brink
In a world where the exotic and the extraordinary captivate our imagination, it's no surprise that some people are drawn to the idea of keeping wild animals as pets. The allure of having a majestic lion or bear in the backyard or a tiger lounging in the living room seems like the ultimate status symbol or a […]
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