“A red fox comes in for closer inspection of human visitors on the south side of St. Matthew Island [Alaska, United States of America]. The island grouping only gets visitors (researchers and tourists) every few years so wildlife has little to fear.” Photographer: Nathaniel Wilder

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Joaquin Phoenix & Ricky Gervais Are Among Many Influential Stars Demanding An End To Bear Bile Farming In Animals Asia’s New “The Only Cure Is Kindness” Campaign

A galaxy of global superstars, led by comedian Ricky Gervais, pop star Mýa, actors Dame Judi Dench, Olivia Newton John, and Tzi Ma, as well as world renowned conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, have all come together to record an impassioned video calling for…

Shocking News! Female Wolf Killed By The Washington Department Of Fish & Wildlife Leaving Only Two Wolves Remaining In Her Pack

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reported today that a non-breeding adult female wolf from the Wedge pack in the Kettle Range in northeast Washington was killed yesterday, leaving only two wolves in the pack. This action comes…

California’s Only Known Gray Wolf Pack Has Eight New Pups Giving Hope To The Future Of Their Species

California’s only known wolf family, the Lassen pack, has produced its fourth litter of pups. The pups’ father joined the pack recently, after the pack’s first breeding male disappeared last summer. “We’re elated at the birth of the Lassen pack’s…

Major Victory! Sephora Bans Mink-Fur Eyelashes & Will Now Only Sell Synthetic Or Faux-Fur

Photo by PETA Following a campaign by PETA garnering more than 280,000 e-mails from concerned shoppers, Sephora has confirmed that they have banned mink-fur eyelashes and will purchase only synthetic or faux-fur lashes going forward. “There’s no difference between a mink coat and…

WAN Exclusive: Help Feed Hungry & Homeless Animals Worldwide For Only $1 During SPCAI’s COVID-19 ‘My Next Bowl’ Fundraiser Through May 9th

Photos from: SPCAI Partner Anima Leondo Road in the Dominican Republic  Everyone needs a little more help and compassion these days as the devastating COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the globe. This includes humans and animals alike. Now, through the…