The impact of avian flu on gannets surprises

The impact of avian flu on gannets surprises

Among them, Magella Guillemette has been studying the boobies of Bonaventure Island for 15 years. Interviewed on the show In the heart of the world, he immediately admits to being surprised to find that gannets are affected by the virus. Avian flu, underlines the specialist in marine ornithology, normally affects birds such as ducks or … Read more

Photographer Discovers Deadly Spider’s Nest and Hundreds of Babies Under His Hotel Bed

Photographer Discovers Deadly Spider's Nest and Hundreds of Babies Under His Hotel Bed

The photograph received the prize for the best urban wildlife image of 2021. Gil Wizen is also an entomologist, an insect biologist, and he made this discovery during a stay in the Ecuadorian Amazon. The development of the human species, with its cities, buildings, automobiles and cobblestones, has reduced the habitat of many animal species, … Read more

Daphne, face to face with a snake, in Leval: “We had to call the fire brigade!”

Daphne n’oubliera pas sitôt cette rencontre.

By Martine Pauwels Journalist of La Nouvelle Gazette Center | Published on 05/27/2022 at 00:21 With her son Donovan, this mother tried to capture the snake in question. “But the reptile went directly into an attack position” relates Daphne. **** ****** ***** ***** *** *** ****** ** ****** ** *** ***** * ************ ** *** … Read more

Camille Tessier, stonecutter turned camel breeder

AFP, published on Friday, May 27, 2022 at 08:23 Herds, a farm… A universe that Camille Tessier, who grew up in a family of shepherds, knows well. A reconverted stonecutter, she nevertheless takes up a greater “challenge” by raising camels for their milk in the Tarn. Tenderly, the breeder looks at Nour, Timone Faya, Rifla … Read more

Emerging viruses: “We must preserve the habitat of animals and avoid coming into contact with them too often”

Emerging viruses: "We must preserve the habitat of animals and avoid coming into contact with them too often"

the essential The emergence of new diseases within the animal species is not without consequences for humans. With increasingly frequent contact and international exchanges, humans today are exposed to viruses that can trigger epidemics. The images had gone around the world. Captured from the sky, they showed miles and square miles of trees going up … Read more

Jura: Dog grooming is in full swing in Alle

Karine sera capitaine de l‘équipe suisse aux prochains Championnat du monde par équipe.

PublishedMay 26, 2022, 5:39 PM Captain of the Swiss team, Karine trains with Allison in her Jura living room before the world championships. Video: lematin.ch/Sébastien Anex The hair dryer that would dehorn an ox, should we call it a hair dryer in a grooming salon? In Alle, near Porrentruy, those who bring their dog or … Read more

Should thousands of jackdaws be killed in Brittany? New prefectural decrees challenged in court

Should thousands of jackdaws be killed in Brittany?  New prefectural decrees challenged in court

History repeats itself for this species. Prefectural decrees authorize the slaughter of jackdaws in three Breton departments. This Wednesday, May 25, two animal defense associations filed an appeal with the administrative court of Rennes. 1,800, 8,000 and 16,000. These are the numbers of jackdaws authorized for destruction in the departments of Morbihan, Côtes-d’Armor and Finistère, … Read more

Express methods to prevent birds from eating cherries

Express methods to prevent birds from eating cherries

Although we all love birdsong, these little garden companions can really damage our fruit trees, especially cherry trees. Birds generally have a habit of attacking early maturing varieties when food resources are still limited. In this order of ideas, the application of certain preventive measures is necessary to prevent the birds from eating the cherries. … Read more