Shot and stolen from the wild, one orphaned orangutan, an emblem of conservation efforts, gets a second chance. By Vicki Croke https://youtu.be/SqM2nU5HYVk He’s proved to be a fighter, more resilient than anyone could have imagined when he was rescued from a shop in West Borneo on June 14. On that very first day, what the … Continue reading Didik’s Journey To Orangutan Baby School
Life lessons from a chicken? Watch this interview with Terry Hill and her hen Mrs. Grey and you may discover that chickens can be more sensible than some of your friends. Terry Hill reads to Mrs. Grey in the waiting room of the New England Wildlife Center. Photo: Christen Goguen. Follow @VickiCroke
Two months after Earl hit Belize, researchers at the world’s first jaguar reserve are still taking stock.
The New York Times Book Review Charles Foster's 'Being A Beast' By Vicki Constantine Croke It’s not easy being a theriomorph. The gods of myth never seem to break a sweat when they sprout an elephant head, goat hooves or swan’s wings. But few of us mere mortals can take on an animal’s nature so … Continue reading Book review — ‘I Want To Know What It Is Like To Be A Wild Thing’
In an Indian park, where every rhino life counts toward keeping the species going, a baby is saved in a monsoon.
Surfing on whale sharks, riding a moose, and mugging with bears, smart phone users do some not-so-smart, dangerous, even cruel things.