I met this wild horse while I was hiking at the castle of Peyrepertuse last winter. His supernatural eyes immediately attracted me and I stayed about an hour beside him to take pictures and drink some coffee 🇫🇷☕️
The bold sub adults of Junabai have started exploring the nearby areas in search of finding territories.
One of the curious cub has started hunting successfully and is ready to separate in the coming months. Often this female sub wanders alone and is seen away from the rest of the family.
Know more about the tigers of Tadoba and their interesting behaviours whilst you enjoy the jungle experience with our in-house naturalists in our Modified Luxury Scorpio vehicle.
Junabai sub adult
Image credit: @sandesh.guru ( Naturalist, Team BFSL)
◾️Common Name: Red Fox & Gray Fox
◾️Scientific Name: Vulpes vulpes (red)
.......Urocyon cinereoargenteus (gray)
▫️There are two species of fox in Michigan
(6 species in North America), the Red & the
▫️Red Fox can make its home almost anywhere,
even in urban areas. They can be found in every
county of Michigan.
▫️Gray fox lives in wooded and brush area
habitats and occasionally will dwell near the
outskirts of urban areas.
▫️Both species of fox are omnivores, meaning
that they eat both animals & plants. Small
mammals such as cottontail rabbits, rodents,
birds & reptiles make up the bulk of their diet.
Fruit, nuts seeds & insects are also common.
▫️The red fox's resourcefulness has earned
it a legendary reputation for intelligence &
💡Checkout my story for some trivia questions!
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I’m over the worst of it all, now time for recovery. The only way is sloth style. Slow and steady. This could take some time.
I guarantee you have seen the video of the black bear cub shivering on Instagram.🐻
Nobody ever posts the full story behind these kinds of posts. Below, you can read the full story behind this series of videos and photos!👇
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Deep in a thick stand of conifers not far from the Pennsylvania border in Cattaraugus County, a 238-pound sow had hunkered down for the winter, three feet deep in the middle of blowdown on a south-facing hill.⠀⠀⠀⠀
On Thursday, DEC wildlife staff visited a female bear and her three male cubs to collect valuable data that will help researchers and biologists monitor black bear populations and health in New York. While the sow was sedated, biologists were able to tag the cubs and quickly gather data on all four bears.⠀⠀⠀⠀
DEC staff had handled the sow this past July in response to a nuisance situation. By placing a radio collar on her neck, DEC biologists were then able to locate her den this winter. DEC will continue to monitor the den and the cubs over the next year.⠀⠀⠀⠀
Tag someone that should see this!👇
🎥 by NYS Environmental Conservation @nysdec#natures#nature