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  • This Month is for the Dolphins!

    Savannah Young / March 3, 2022
    The month of March is when we celebrate and raise awareness for dolphins – our extremely intelligent friends with big, bubbly personalities. These beautiful marine animals are known for being…
  • The Plight of Penguins

    Savannah Young / January 20, 2022
    Penguins are a unique bird that have fascinated humans for centuries. Likely, this is because of their similarity to us. Penguins walk upright, they communicate in a similar pattern to…
  • Renewed Urgency in the Fight for Conservation

    Hayden Frye / September 30, 2021
    On Wednesday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that it believes 23 bird, fish, mollusk and plant species are extinct. A sad day for conservationists, it is a sobering…
  • Dispatches from the Front Lines of Humane Certified

    Hayden Frye / July 22, 2021
    Despite the seemingly omnipresent nature of bad news, there are stories of hope and healing hidden beneath the front page. This week, for example, conservation officials in China announced that…
  • Marine Mammal Rescue Day

    Savannah Young / April 27, 2021
    Certified zoological facilities are critical for animal conservation efforts worldwide, especially as the very web of life on Earth is currently being threatened in what scientists are calling a ‘Sixth…
  • National Panda Day

    Savannah Young / March 16, 2021
    Happy National Panda Day! Today we celebrate these sweet animals with their distinctive coloring and bring awareness to the panda’s plight. In 1984, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially…