- Difficulties of wildlife research. // International Wildlife;Nov/Dec84, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p20
It is easy to take for granted the cornucopia of information that is available and to feel it is easy to obtain. But field work is difficult, often involving long hours, unpleasant conditions, boredom, illness and at times, extreme danger. In spite of this, tens of thousands of scientists have...
- Balloonists' view of African game. // International Wildlife;Mar/Apr85, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p18
Balloonists' view of African game holds a certain magic. On the ground, you can just see animals running away from you, but from the balloon you can also see where they are going and what they are likely to encounter.
- Unknown species found in `Lost World' of Vietnam. // International Wildlife;Nov92, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p27
Reports that a previously unknown, goatlike mammal has been found in a `lost world' of biodiversity in Vietnam. Scientists discovered what locals call the `forest goat,' as well as several other possible new species, including a fish, a sunbird, and a tortoise.
- Heart of Kalahari. Degre, Alain // International Wildlife;Nov92, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p44
Presents a photo essay with text showing life on the Kalahari Desert, the scorched land connecting Botswana with Angola and Namibia. Temperatures soar to over 100 degrees F, with soild temperatures at 160 degrees F.
- Kenya from the clouds. Arthus-Bertrand, Yann; Rosane, David // International Wildlife;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p18
Presents a photo essay with text of an angel's-eye view of African wildlife taken from an ultralight aircraft over Kenya, Africa. Lesser flamingos; Migrating wildebeest; Giraffes; Elephants in a marsh.
- G'day, mates. Luther, S. // Ranger Rick;Apr90, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p13
Provides information on several animals that can be found in Australia. Includes the bandicoot; Dunnart; Cuscus; Quokka; Quoll.
- What in the world? // Ranger Rick;Nov92, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p34
Takes a look at some strange-looking `bugs' who live on Madagascar. Crab spider; Praying mantis; Giraffe weevil.
- Corporate habitat. // Field & Stream;Apr91, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p56
Announces the signing of a `habitat covenant' by Delaware's Governor Castle, Chamber of Commerce and Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Council. It creates a state and corporate partnership to promote the use of undeveloped lands for wildlife habitat.
- Animal magnetism. Tibbitts, Alison Davis; Grieser, Bob // Yachting;Nov95, Vol. 178 Issue 5, p56
Features the wildlife on the Galapagos Islands. Description of the islands; Giant land tortoises; Iguanas; Variety of birds.
- Brazil's `green' asphalt. Ferreira, Jorge // Americas;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p2
Reveals how the concrete and asphalt of the big Brazilian cities have not buried the wild animals, which still manage to exist in the urban jungle. Rio de Janeiro's reserves and varied ecosystems support about 50 mammal species. Primates; Birds; Mammals in Sao Paulo; Discovery of a new frog...