Trapview: Could an AI-powered insect trap solve a $220 billion pest problem?

London CNN Business – Pests destroy up to 40% of the world’s crops each year, causing $220 billion in economic losses, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Trapview is harnessing the power of artificial intelligence to help tackle the problem. The Slovenian company has developed a device that catches … Read more

Florida wildlife officials prepare to help manatees after record deaths

Telahasi Florida. After a record number of manatee deaths linked mostly to malnutrition, state and federal wildlife officials are hoping to double rescue and rehabilitation capabilities before dugongs congregate again in warmer waters over the winter. In a conference call Wednesday with reporters, officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Fish … Read more

Florida wildlife is still recovering from the beating of Ian

by Scotty Andrew | CNN Southwest Florida looks a lot different than it was before Hurricane Ian He tore off the area six weeks ago. evergreen Sanibel Island Its color was red and its trees fell by the storm or sank in salt water. And the Cape Coral An elaborately planned community and cut with … Read more

Apollo, an African gray parrot, amazes the Internet with his intelligence, vocabulary

Meet a feathered fellow who lights up the internet with his verbal abilities and intelligence: Apollo, an African gray parrot. Apollo lives with his humans, Dalton Mason and Victoria Lacey, in Saint Petersburg, Florida. He is two and a half years old and has feathered members of his family as well as human members. As … Read more

Wildlife India review @50: Wild Encounters

On the 50th anniversary of India’s animal welfare legislation, the Wildlife (Protection) Act, experts assess its successes and failures On the 50th anniversary of India’s animal welfare legislation, the Wildlife (Protection) Act, experts assess its successes and failures A ceremonial airlift of the long-extinct leopard, from Namibia to Kono National Park in Madhya Pradesh, and … Read more

An increase in Venezuelan immigration is felt across the United States | Health, medicine and fitness

By Acacia Coronado and Gisela Salomon – The Associated Press Eagle Pass, Texas (AP) – It cost Nerio two months and all he had to get him from Venezuela to the United States, traveling mainly on foot and watching exhausted immigrants being assaulted or left to die. Likes An increasing number of Venezuelans, Nerio made … Read more

USDA scattered rabies vaccines for wildlife in 13 countries

By Janet McConaughey, The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (Associated Press) – The US Department of Agriculture has begun dispersing millions of oral rabies vaccine packages from helicopters and planes in more than 13 states of the United States. who to me Alabama. Field trial coordinator Gordona Kirby said the main goal is to prevent raccoons … Read more

Victorian wildlife advocates call for a halt to blue gum harvesting to protect koalas

Wildlife advocates are calling for an immediate halt to the harvesting of blue gum plantations across Victoria, to protect koalas. the main points: Conservationists call for a halt to the harvesting on blue gum plantations across Victoria Approximately 50,000 koalas live on farms in the state The government says it has improved protections Jess Robertson, … Read more