//
archives

endangered species

This tag is associated with 4 posts

Her Name Was Nola. She Was a Showgirl.

The world is mourning the death of Nola, the beloved Northern White Rhino of the San Deigo Zoo Safari Park. She was 41. Nola was around 18 months old when she was captured in the wild and taken to the Dvůr Králové Zoo in The Czech Republic. In 1989 Nola was again moved, this time to the … Continue reading

Tigers Pacing Out of Sight in Neighbors’ Back Yards Day and Night

Americans got a crash course in exotic animal ownership in 2011 when Zanesville resident Terry Thompson released 18 Tigers, 17 Lions, 8 Bears, 3 Cougars, 2 Wolves, 1 Baboon, and 1 Macaque he owned before killing himself. People around the world watched in disbelief and horror as those animals were hunted down and killed by law enforcement, but really … Continue reading

Introducing Ellie and Edmond!

Oh Dog! I am so excited! Today I have two wonderful guests- a horse and an elephant! They are fellow bloggers at The Adventures of Ellie and Edmond. Once you get to know them you will absolutely love them! So please help me welcome Ellie and Edmond!  Rumpy: Thanks so much for being my guest … Continue reading

Introducing Ellie the Elephant and Edmond the Horse!

Oh Dog! I have some interesting guests today! Ellie and Edmond are on a mission to share information about animals, especially endangered species!   You’re gonna love ’em, and you’re gonna love their mission too.  So how about a warm welcome for Ellie the Elephant and Edmond the Horse! Rumpy:  Thanks so much for being my guests … Continue reading

Want me to email you when I upload a new post? Then click here.

Join 9,082 other followers

Follow us on Twitter!