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!
- Eastern cougar photo confirmed by Michigan DNRE
- Officials seek ways to double the number of tigers in the world
- Lions now threatened by Asia’s growing thirst for tiger bone wine
- Dangerous and exploitative: a look at pet wildcats
- Wild tiger population has dropped by 98.6% in 20 years
- Tiger kills man in Aceh, Sumatra
- Can captive snow leopards be released in the wild?
- Mississippi officials hunting for possible Florida Panther
- Electronic calls are fair game in Idaho wolf hunts
- Wolves and oil
- Four new wolf pups born In Oregon
- More hybrid lovin’: coywolves, wolves and coyotes
- Young grizzly that made 2 trips to prairies to be euthanized in Montana
- After swim, bear treed, tranquilized in Parsippany, NJ
- Grizzly sightings prompt Upper Green River closure in Wyoming
- Grand Teton Park grizzly returned home after killing cattle
- Bear sightings close overnight camping in Wyoming forest
- N.J. wildlife officials are expected to re-establish 6-day bear hunt
- Hudson Bay polar bears ‘Could Soon Be Extinct’
- Yellowstone grizzly deaths comparable to past years
- How To Save The Polar Bear?
- Welsh badgers saved as cull declared unlawful
- Giant otters found to be caring for their elderly family members
- Workmen painting white lines on a road left gap for a dead badger – not their job to move it.