This Roundup blog includes all the news and animal welfare activity from February and March.
From the importance of the Animal Sentience Bill in the UK to our attitudes to wolves, from polar bears to climate change, and from the ‘rain bomb’ in Australia to the importance of understanding what goes into pet food.
Please do catch up on the articles, blogs and extensive social media support for all these stories, plus so much more.
Some of the best things in nature are understated. Take the chalk-streams of England, for example. These fragile river systems meander quietly through undulating countryside before disappearing into the sea....
Matt Dyer, a 49-year-old legal attorney from Maine, had been asleep in his tent when the polar bear attacked. He opened his eyes to see the bear’s forelegs looming over him, silhouetted against the light of the bright moon....
These are dark days for the world and humanity #UkraineCrisis
But here is a little reminder of the amazing beauty and wonderful colour that does exist in our world courtesy of a Lilac-Breasted Roller (Coracias caudatus) in Southern Africa
Photo by Mohammed Jinnah #NatureBeautypic.twitter.com/GUzGYLdy8B