wildlife


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.

wildlife

wild animals and plants collectively
References in periodicals archive ?
Don't assume a young animal is orphaned because an adult is not visible nearby; young wildlife are often left for short periods of time.
Wehrheim came to Canada in 1975 to create documentaries of Canada's wildlife while working for a German tourist office.
Buyers were reluctant to invest in land whose title was colored by community claims to its forage, water, wildlife, and wood.
Organizations like the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the United Nations (UN) want to end these kinds of crimes, so they promote the day by asking people to:
About World Wildlife Day, Wildlife trade is one of the most profitable illegal trades in the world, estimated at up to $10 billion annually.
The vacuum between science, policy and practice of wildlife management was badly felt by theClimate Change Federal Minister, Senator Mushahidullah Khan, who issued directions for the preparations ofthe country's first comprehensive wildlife policy.
In Colorado, hunting for elk will occur for the first time in designated areas of Baca National Wildlife Refuge, as well as in expanded areas of Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge and Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge.
Future plans include educational guides on selecting a Wildlife Exclusion and Wildlife Removal contractor, professional advice from local Wildlife Exclusion experts, and a question and answer forum for McDonough homeowners.
Keep pets safe from wildlife, and keep wildlife safe from pets.
During Will for Wildlife Week, which runs from this Monday to Friday, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is encouraging wildlife-lovers to leave a legacy that will help protect nature for future generations.
By managing specific areas that will benefit wildlife it will have a lasting impact on the environment and the areas where our tenants live.
The Wildlife Society (TWS; Bethesda, MD), an international non-profit scientific and educational association and the publisher of "The Journal of Wildlife Management" and "Wildlife Monographs," has begun the publication of "The Wildlife Professional," a news magazine designed to meet the information needs of professional wildlife managers and conservationists.

Full browser ?