We bring you the latest from around the World in wildlife and conservation news.
Robins are often depicted in serene wintry settings on Christmas images and are thought of as peaceful birds. However, that may not be entirely true.
The current war in the Ukraine has led the UK government to approve the UK’s first new coal mine in 30 years. Unsurprisingly that has brought about protests from those worried about the environmental impact.
A farm in Hillesden in the UK has experimented with trying to grow the same amount of food it usually does while simultaneously giving over some of its land to nature.
The UK government has pledged to give £4m of funding to the International Consortium on Combatting Wildlife Crime (ICCWC).
Earlier in November world leaders gathered in Egypt for the COP27 conference.
WWF has released its Living Planet Report, which found that wildlife populations have fallen by 69% in the past 50 years.
Not much is known about the elusive snow leopard. Incredibly well camouflaged, and brilliantly agile within their mountain habitat, makes them very hard to spot or track. Monitoring them within their habitat is tricky to say the least.
Over 10,000 people from the around the world have been surveyed for the organisation World Animal Protection. The survey wanted to ask peoples opinion on trophy hunting.