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What To Do In Dangerous Wildlife Encounters

As it says at the bottom of the infographic – this is not supposed to be a complete guide of what to do if you encounter a dangerous animal in the wild. This is just some basic sound advice and useful tips. It is no substitute for…

Rescue five Megabat Grey-headed Flying-fox Fruit bat babies Check your local colony. Unvaccinated, public, please do not handle any Megabat or Microbat. Call your local rescue wildlife group, council or ranger. These little ones were rescued and there were others dead on the ground. Very dehydrated and now in care.

CERTIFY YOUR YARD TODAY!! NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION. FIND OUT WHICH PLANTS ARE NATIVE TO YOUR REGION & MAKE YOUR YARD A HAVEN FOR BIRDS,BUTTERFLIES & OTHER WILDLIFE.

from Green Global Travel

Top 5 Thailand National Parks

There are plentiful opportunities for getting up close to nature in some fantastic national parks, where the local wildlife comes front and center to the experience. Here are some of my favorite national parks in Thailand, to give you an idea of what the country has to offer!

Are you inspired by nature and wildlife across Scotland? If so, why not enter #RSPB Scotland’s photography competition? All donations received will go to support wildlife conservation in Scotland.

from One Green Planet

12 Excellent Wildlife Rehab Centers in the U.S.

12 Excellent Wildlife Rehab Centers in the U.S....... I would love to recognize Aark, where I intern at. Its in Chalfont, PA.