Friday, May 14, 2010

Where can I download, really cool wildlife px??

wolves, bears %26amp; tigers..........mainly!!!Where can I download, really cool wildlife px?? can I download, really cool wildlife px??
You are Welcome, gertie..I love those websites..


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Try Google images.
Webshots is awesome and you can use them for Desktop images. Its soo easy. I have a ton of them so I can change my desktop everyday. They have weekly pics that they email to you.
Maybe National Geographic web site.

Which are the global nature and wildlife organisations based in india? i wish to know and join it.?

i really don't know but no answers you

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Which week is known as wildlife week?


31st May to 21st June 2008

In Canada it was: Celebrate National Wildlife Week!

April 8 to 14, 2007


National Wildlife Week (NWW) was proclaimed by an Act of Parliament in 1947. It takes place each year in the week surrounding April 10, the birth date of Jack Miner 鈥?a late-great pioneer of Canada鈥檚 conservation movement. NWW is more than a memorial to just one man and his work. It is time to pay tribute to our country鈥檚 natural heritage and to actively contribute to the conservation of wildlife through school and public education programs nationwide. Each year CWF selects a wildlife-related theme and develops education and awareness materials for educators and the public. A different conservation theme is addressed every year, such as water resources, community action, biodiversity, sustainability, shoreline habitat, or endangered species recovery. Find out more about this year鈥檚 theme.

In the US: Third Saturday in April (April 21) - Earth Day/National Wildlife WeekWhich week is known as wildlife week?
the week after nextWhich week is known as wildlife week?
It's the same week that Hunting Season opens.

What's your favorite wildlife recipe?

What is meant by natural wildlife and vegetation? I want a very very long answer.?


Vegetation is a general term for the plant life of a region; it refers to the ground cover provided by plants. It is a general term, without specific reference to particular taxa, life forms, structure, spatial extent, or any other specific botanical or geographic characteristics. It is broader than the term flora which refers exclusively to species composition. Perhaps the closest synonym is plant community, but vegetation can, and often does, refer to a wider range of spatial scales than that term does, including scales as large as the global. Primeval redwood forests, coastal mangrove stands, sphagnum bogs, desert soil crusts, roadside weed patches, wheat fields, cultivated gardens and lawns; all are encompassed by the term vegetation.


Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals, and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative.

Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems, Deserts, rainforests, plains, and other areas鈥攊ncluding the most developed urban sites鈥攁ll have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors, most scientists agree that wildlife around the world is impacted by human activities.

Humans have historically tended to separate civilization from wildlife in a number of ways including the legal, social, and moral sense. This has been a reason for debate throughout recorded history. Religions have often declared certain animals to be sacred, and in modern times concern for the natural environment has provoked activists to protest the exploitation of wildlife for human benefit or entertainment. Literature has also made use of the traditional human separation from wildlife.

Hope this helps!!

What is meant by natural wildlife and vegetation? I want a very very long answer.?
brb .......i think thats what you were looking for lol

Im 13 and really love wildlife. but i can't find any way to be involved in my wildlife community. help me?!

There are no Wilife shelters in my local town, i don't have the space at home to become a foster parent, and i'm too young to get an animal related job, or any job for that matter! I feel like I was born to help animals, but i'm too young to do anything! Any suggestions will be greatly apreciated.Im 13 and really love wildlife. but i can't find any way to be involved in my wildlife community. help me?!
some suggestions:

coz you're still very young it's good for you to learn a lot of things about the animals and wildlife..doing research and yeah learning a lot of things of course.. so it will be a great things for you when your age is enough..

going to camping.. maybe it would be nice too..

find another community around your town.. the nearby town if it's available..

yeah you can start to help the animals around your places like dogs, birds, cats, etc..

good luck baby..Im 13 and really love wildlife. but i can't find any way to be involved in my wildlife community. help me?!
I would just stick with pets for right now- get some exotic pets or help at the humane society.

As for wildlife shelters, in most states you need to be at least 18 yrs due to liability reasons. You also can not become a foster parent legally until 16-18 as well.

All I can suggest is try to gain as much animal experience as you can (livestock even). Learning how to work around all different sizes of animals without being apprehensive can really help you later in life. I train summer interns at the zoo I work at and you can tell instantly who grew up with just cats and dogs, and who had more experience (farms for example). Plus, the animals can tell as well and will bite more often if you are not completely comfortable with them.

Please do not pick up animals on the side of the road, it is illegal in most states to possess wildlife, and even bringing a threatened or endangered animal to a rehab center can get you in big trouble. Plus, if you are not sure of the exact species, you will not know about it's behavior or defenses. Also, if you are not vaccinated for rabies, you do not want to be touching sick looking mammals anyways.
study and research get as much info as possible and when you are old enough you will be a great asset to your furry friends. maybe you can do volunteer work at a shelter this summer or help in a local park.
You are never, ever to young to help animals. If you see a animal on the side of the road tell your parent to stop and take it to somewhere safe. Also Bring food ad anything that the shelter needs. Helping animals isn't always and it isn't always working with animals
well in the summer, you can go camping and stuff in the wilderness and take hikes and stuff and you can through bird feed on the ground cause they just love it and it makes them happy and stuff and just bring like carrots for beeding deer and stuff and just try and be there friends, when you get older you can volenteer yourself at the SPCA. I no this has nothing to do wiht your question but I live arounda bunch of tree's and my nabour some how got this big buck deer to trust him and ever once in a while he would visit and my nabour would go outside and pet him and sit with him and feed him apples and they were like sorta buddys I have no clue how he did it though!!!
I know EXACTLY what you mean, I'm 13 and going crazy for the same reason. I've applied to every animal shelter, wildlife refuge, and environmental conservation organizations in like a 50 mile radius of my house, but I'm too young. Try to find a chapter of FFA, i am the vice president of mine and we do TONS of animal activities, I'm even going to get a pet cow! Most organizations want someone at least 16, so until then, look into FFA or 4H.

Do u know about endangered wildlife trade?? If u know, what for?? Any idea to decrease it??

report it report it report it,if you know about it contact your local MNR or Wildlife Officer,unfortunately many states have weak or no laws prohibiting the breeding and sale of endangered animals.these animals are kept in little more than' Puppy Mills' There was just a case in Thunder Bay Ont were a guy had a Canadian Lynx as a pet had it declawed he has been charged $1000.00 but is refusing to tell were he bought the cat from other than from the states.
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    I want to be wildlife photographer. Anyone have any suggestions for colleges that offer degrees in this area? I have found many colleges with photography majors, and i hear of a fantastic one in California but i cannot seem to remember the name. Brooks Institute? Or University of Santa Barbara?Wildlife Photography?
    NOT UCSB ... Brooks is in Santa Barbara ... Art Center is in Pasadena

    One of the alum from Brooks has made a wonderful career as a nature photographer ... George Lepp has two websites and has workshops and institute of photography dedicated to wildlife photography. Visit them and send him an email with your plans for the future. There is no specific degree in wildlife photography. What these schools to is teach you how to get perfectly exposed images, any time, anywhere in the world, using any camera (yours or someone else's, film or digital) under any lighting conditions. After that, it is up to you what subjects you shoot and which equipment you choose and how you use it.Wildlife Photography?
    Wildlife photography is a specialty that you attain by choice not a specialized photography classes. Any schools that offer photography classes will help you as a photographer. They'll teach you all the aspect you need to learn - lighting, composition, etc...

    What is going to help you as a wildlife photographer is by taking Animal Studies courses. You need to understand your subject to understand your pictures. How you're going to tell a story if you don't understand their behaviors. Random shots are good, too, but then all you need is a camera and money to go to those wildlife sanctuary.
    Check Otis art college.. it's here in los angeles and has alot of art courses, I had a feeling I'd go there sinec i was really young. Check that one out :)