Video of owls in Yellowstone National Park in 14 minutes of a two hour visit. Its a bit different then our last Yellowstone bison stampede video!
Areas in and around Rocky Mountain National Park are going up in flames as the East Troublesome Fire and Cameron Peak Fire, the two largest in Colorado’s history, are burning on two sides of the park. Watch the Video on CNN here.
Herd population is estimated to be 8,100 animals, up from 5,500 in 2018. This is great news compared to the recent news that Jasper National Park is losing its herds. A summer “baby boom” in the long-struggling George River caribou herd in Labrador and Quebec has led to […]
The Alberta Wilderness Association (AWA) is calling on Parks Canada to take urgent action to help the caribou population regenerate in Jasper National Park. This comes after recent news that the caribou herds in Jasper are in trouble. “We are watching an extinction process right before our eyes,” said […]
It appears as though we are currently living in the golden age of contests marketed as “dream jobs,” with new opportunities being announced regularly. The latest one comes from Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold, which posted its listing for a new CEO—that’s Chief Exploration Officer—earlier this week. But this one […]
A Yellowstone National Park visitor caught this snow-drenched bison on camera, as the park and other areas of Wyoming were hit with an unexpected amount of summer snow.
Ancient redwood trees and California’s oldest state park have been devastated by the recent wildfires
Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park, has been greatly devastated by recent wildfires. The park is home to ancient redwood trees, some well over a thousand years old. It is still not known how many of the trees have burned. Many of the park’s historic […]
Here’s why experts advise keeping your distance from wildlife. Footage from Irkutsk in Russia’s Siberia region captured earlier this month shows how quickly a slow-moving and curious bear can turn into a threat. Good thing the windows were closed. In the United States, bears in many areas have come to associate […]
Climate change is causing glaciers in Alberta, British Columbia and Yukon to retreat faster than at any time in history, threatening to raise water levels and create deserts, scientists say. Climate change is one of the key environmental concerns for 2019. David Hik, an ecology professor at Simon Fraser […]
A massive, unexplored cave that’s likely among the country’s largest has been discovered in a remote valley in B.C.’s Wells Gray Provincial Park. This in near Fernie BC. The cave was initially spotted in April by a Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations helicopter team doing […]