Tuesday, August 30, 2011

A ‘home away from home' for pet Dogs

As summer approaches many pet owners are in a quandary as they prepare to go on vacation. For many, they are forced to leave their pet kennels in the city centers seek to be "a home away from home" for dogs and cats.
To be an exception with more owners tend to stay home because their children have exams. During the summer, such as boarding facilities with more people bringing their pets.

A regular regimen of walking, feeding and grooming is still in the shipping centers that offer a professional service. "We get to know the eating habits of routine animal owner and continue with it.

Some centers take pets and sell them or even kill animals. Therefore, it is important for owners to visit the kennel and make sure it is hygienic and all the facilities

But, unfortunately, about 10 percent of wealthy homeowners leave their pets for care and then leave your pets.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Mysterious pink-headed duck Birds

Did you know that the mysterious pink-headed duck in danger of extinction? It seems to have succumbed to a combination of habitat loss and hunting pressure. What about the Siberian crane? Its global population is estimated at 2.900 to 3.000 birds. The main threat is the loss of wetlands - the destruction and degradation of wetlands along its passage and wintering. As with the white-rumped vultures and India, has been a sharp decline in recent years in the vulture population of slender-billed, common in India and Nepal, until recently.

Learn all this and more about birds at www.bnhsenvis.nic.in. The website of the Environmental Information System (ENVIS) Centre of the Natural History Society of Bombay (BNHS) in packets of information about birds and bird ecology. It is available for free. The support of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India, the website is available in English, Hindi and Marathi.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Animal: Tiger treat on the Line

Country India registered a 20% increase in tiger population last year, says a report. But despite the good news, the report warns that tigers are even in danger due to an overall 12.6 % loss of habitat, which means that more tigers are being squeezed into smaller areas, which could lead to a deficiency of dispersal and consequent loss of genetic exchange between populations, and an increase in human-tiger battle.

There once was a tiger thing, who lived on the edge of the jungle. I was sad because it was old and thin and good, and it was difficult to catch. The monkeys threw nuts at him and called him names.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Elephant Collar woes and other foes

Humans shoot the target animal with a script that has a drug that causes sleep.

The victim begins to feel wool head, I guess he or she falls to the ground helpless, a little like fainting.

The approach of humans, the adjustment in the neck that has a radio transmitter in it.

The radio collar helps track the animal.

"Well, we had five of our dear companions who die in the last two months. Four of them met to slaughter Resident Evil - The poacher.

They all had the severed head of the most horrific imaginable, and its tusks were missing, "her voice broke when he went to say that officials were trying to reject the deaths were due to poaching.

Poachers are greedy after the ivory elephants. Only the males have tusks, which are really their incisors that keep arising throughout their lives.