Bachman’s Warbler: A Bird Lost to Time

In the annals of ornithological history, few species evoke the mystique and fascination as the Bachman’s warbler (Vermivora bachmanii). Once a denizen of the southeastern United States, this small songbird has left an indelible mark despite its unfortunate extinction....

Remembering the Little Mariana Fruit Bat

In the rich tapestry of Earth’s biodiversity, each species contributes its unique thread, weaving together the delicate balance of our planet’s ecosystems. Among these, the Little Mariana fruit bat (Pteropus tokudae) once soared through the forests of Guam, its...

Vaccination in Free-Range Chickens

Free-range chicken farming has gained popularity due to its emphasis on natural living conditions and higher welfare standards for poultry. However, ensuring the health and well-being of free-range chickens requires careful management, including vaccination against...

Bags of Flying Trash.

In our latest blog post, we delve into the recent environmental tensions between North and South Korea. North Korea has once again stirred controversy by launching balloons filled with trash towards South Korea, marking the third such occurrence since late May. This...
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