This is a weekly roundup of news items featuring the wild carnivores of the world. If you miss the news during the week, check our blog on Fridays!
- Canada Lynx: The Cross-border Cat
- Wild cat lures monkeys by mimicking their babies’ calls
- Siberian tiger paw prints found – Global Times
- Tiger-range countries meeting next week to devise rescue strategy to save the last of the world’s 3,000 tigers
- The latest in Asian trends. Would you like a glass of Tiger Bone Wine? Perhaps a glass of Lion Wine?
- Two Cheetahs Released on Kulala Wilderness Reserve
- Southern California’s Mountain Lions Become International Diplomats
- Tiger population ‘falls to lowest level since records began
- Montana more than doubles the kill quota for this year’s wolf hunt
- Conservationists try to stop Oregon wolf kill order
- Coyotes, wolves and double standards
- Rye’s coyote attacks on humans are more than alarming—they’re unprecedented.
- Sixteen endangered wolves killed last week in Wyoming, including 10 pups
- Floride Wildlife Commission bans fox, coyote pens
- Groups try again to ban poisons used on coyotes
- Defenders of Wildlife offers $10K reward for info about gray wolf killings 53k total
- Kootenai timber sales halted by grizzly bears
- Chicken coops around western Montana attracting more bears to town
- NJ Bear incident shutters park in West Milford and postpones event
- Sun bears from Cambodia unveiled as new attraction at Edinburgh Zoo
- Stop the Needless Killing of BC’s Grizzlies
- Four Asiatic black bear cubs recently rescued from poachers.
- Boy Scout survives bear attack at Philmont
- Biodiversity Trends: The Polar Bear
- China to search globally for panda keepers
- Country Captures – Morning Suprise: Mink Encounter
- Rare Congo otters being poached for witchcraft purposes
- Badger cull order may be amended in UK
- Sea otters worth $700M in carbon credits
- New ‘biodiversity scheme’ involves persecution of crows, foxes and weasels
- Large mammal populations declined by more than half in African protected areas