Archive for the ‘News & Boos’ Category

Bangladesh Declares Dolphin Sanctuaries

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

The Ganges River Dolphin and the Irrawaddy Dolphin have been given a chance for a better come back thanks to The Government of Bangladesh & The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)says Science Codex. These are the last remaining freshwater dolphins in Asia and they are threatened due to fatal entanglements in fishing gear.

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Largest Living Animal Makes A Comeback!

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

The Antarctic Blue Whale is thought to be the largest oldest living animal. The numbers are on an increase due partially from the animal being protected from commercial hunting in 1966, claims an article written in “Environmental Protction“.

This just proves how important it is to do our part to help these animals survive while others continue to destroy. Our efforts matter and they do make a difference.

200 Endangered Elephants Killed!

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
African Elephant - Photo Credit: USFWS

200 of these killed within the last 5 weeks!

200 endangered elephants have been killed for their tusks in Cameroon Africa. In the last 5 weeks, this area of Africa poses the greatest danger for these elephants in the world, leaving behind many orphans. Poachers must be stopped!

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Grizzly Bears De-Listed?

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Grizzly bears may be coming off of the “Threatened List” due to increased numbers according to an article in the Sierra Sun by Jim Porter. Lets hope these beautiful animals keep their numbers up. You can help, too.

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Texas Slaughter House

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Capitalism thrives in Texas, at the cost of endangered antelope. $50,000.00 buys you an exotic endangered animal.

(CBS News)

You don’t have to go to Africa to hunt exotic animals. In fact, Texas may have more of some endangered exotics than live in the wild. That’s because breeding them is a billion dollar business in Texas, where over 100 species roam large ranches and can be hunted for sport. The hunters, and the ranchers they pay to hunt the trophy animals, both say that the money generated by hunting these animals is helping to save them. They claim only 10 percent of any species can be killed annually. But to animal rights people fighting to shut them down, they’re nothing more than slaughter houses. (Lara Logan reported on this little known practice on “60 Minutes” Sunday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.)


China Saves Pandas

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

China has begun to send pandas bred in captivity into a protected area in southwestern Sichuan provence, the most ambitious attempt to rebuild the country’s depleted population of giant pandas in a natural habit.

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$30,000.00 Reward

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Reward Offered on Hawaiian Monk Seal Killings. Wildlife officials said two of the animals were bludgeoned to death while the third was shot. The death of a fourth seal is also being investigated as suspicious. The deaths are coming as the federal government steps up its efforts to protect the seals, leading to simmering resentment among some fishermen who fear new regulations will trample upon their right to fish. The killings are also happening as the misguided notion spreads that the animals aren’t native to Hawaii and don’t belong here.


The reward was offered by the Humane Society of the United States, Conservation Council for Hawaii, Center for Biological Diversity, Marine Conservation Institute and an anonymous donor.

Gray Wolves Remain Protected

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Gray wolves protected throughout Illinois. While wolves dispersing from northern states into Illinois are rare, any gray wolves in Illinois found north of I-80 are listed as threatened under state law, while those south of the interstate remain federally endangered. The change becomes effective Jan. 27, 2012.


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Plastic Pollution Strikes Again

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
Endangered Olive Ridley Sea Turtle rescued off the coast of San Diego, California. The main cause of illness appears to have been the ingestion of plastic. Source: (

This article resonates with us here at Eye Help Animals because a similar article was written several months back about an Albatross in:

Extreme Indigestion


32 Florida Panthers Born in 2011…24 Deaths

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Upon first reading the headline, the news is uplifting and inspiring – 32 Florida Panthers born in 2011 to 11 female panthers. But there were 24 deaths with 9 of the deaths attributed to vehicle collisions. Officials say only about 100 – 160 panthers exist in the state. The population has been increasing since the 1970s when there were less than 30 panthers in the state of Florida. So, the rise to 100+ panthers does sound like good news, and we hope the population continues to increase. Unfortunately, in the first two weeks of 2012, 3 panthers were killed, two by vehicle collisions and one in a fight with another panther.