- Little 38. // Time;6/5/1950, Vol. 55 Issue 23, p60
The article discusses the birth and disappearance of Little 38, reportedly the first whooping crane born in captivity. It states that the species have become rare, numbering about 37 as of June 1950, according to the National Audubon Society. It reports that two whooping cranes that suffered...
- The Boosters. // Time;4/6/1953, Vol. 61 Issue 14, p33
The article focuses on the failure of a crippled Canadian goose to join a flock of geese for their annual flight from Long Island Sound near Greenwich, Connecticut to the north in March 1953. The birds took off from the island in V formation. Wildlife Restoration Foundation secretary Captain...
- Funding far and wide. Penberthy, Natsumi // Australian Geographic;Sep/Oct2015, Issue 128, p113
The article focuses on the efforts of the Australian Geographic Society (AGS) for the approval of grants to support adventure and conservation in Australia. It mentions the recipient of funds from AGS include adventurer Lloyd Godson for Nature School pilot program, to build a flight aviary for...
- ON Patrol. Bobseine, Liza; Scherry, Stephen // New York State Conservationist;Dec2014, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p24
The article presents actual wildlife and conservation stories from conservation officers and forest rangers in the field in New York State as of December 2014. Topics discussed include a hunter harassment incident in the Town of Groton, a complaint about people who were trapping before the open...
- 30 years of Willis. Lavelle, Keren // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Jan/Feb2016, Issue 151, p42
An interview with bushwalker Russell Willis is presented. He talks about his walking experiences of wilderness area in Wellington, New Zealand and his favourite walk at Dinner Creek in southern Kakadu, Australia. He also talk about the environmental changes that occurred in Kakadu over last 30...
- For the birds . . . // Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);9/ 7/2011, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p2C
The article offers information on various animal-related incidents in Mountain City, Texas including the injured Black Vulture bird found on a resident's backyard, the Texas Parks Wildlife Rehabilitators, and financial assistance to help fund the Fire & Ice Festival.
- On Patrol. Caifa, Tom; Solan, John // New York State Conservationist;Dec2009, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p27
The article offers news briefs from conservation officers in the field. Three men in a motor vehicle were charged with illegal possession of a loaded firearm, illegal discharge of the same and possession of an illegal doe deer. A charter boat crew member was ticketed for possessing undersized...
- "I RAISE INJURED BIRDS IN MY BEDROOM". // Dolly;Sep2010, Issue 477, p86
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of raising injured birds in her bedroom.
- Nighthawk Down. JOHNSEN, EMILY // Bird Watcher's Digest;Nov/Dec2015, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p40
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of treating several wounded nighthawks during the late summer of 2012 when forest fires raged in both the Madison and Paradise valleys in southwestern Montana.