When Isaac, a rhesus macaque, first arrived we were so worried about him. He cowered in the corner as he fear grimaced, and refused to eat or drink for several days. If anyone approached his cage, or if any other monkey even looked in his direction, .
Recreational huckleberry pickers are allowed to gather a gallon of berries a day, and up to 3 gallons annually. Gifford Pinchot National Forest between Mount Adams and Mount St. Helens is prime picking territory... (Mark Harrison/The Seattle Times) More.
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Shortly after Trump took office, the online records maintained by the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service were removed from its website, to the distress of some animal rights groups. The move, which was in the works in the closing days of.
Orcas are too intelligent, too wide-ranging, too socially complex, and simply too large to adjust to captivity in concrete tanks that are a tiny fraction the size of their natural home ranges. The compromised welfare of captive orcas is evidenced.
Among typical requirements one would seek in an assistant (drug-free, no criminal record, valid driver's license), were some eccentric items, mostly having to do with the aforementioned dog. .... This is a version of the ad that appeared on Craigslist.
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Sarah Hulke-Ehorn didn't want to become an expert on bufo toads. The invasive critters literally jumped their way into her life nearly a year ago, when one of her Yorkies snatched up what turned out to be a deadly toad. "She thought.
Dr. Jack Shere, a long-time employee of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), was recently named USDA's Chief Veterinary Officer leading APHIS's Veterinary Services program. Dr. Shere joined APHIS in 1990 and has held a variety .
The change follows an announcement earlier this month by Agriculture ... Hawaii, do not require rabies vaccination or testing before importation. Category three, which includes Europe, China, the US, much of Asia and the Middle East, has more requirements.
“When I travel with my rabbit, like if I'm going to an elementary school in Kansas City … the letter of the law says I need to fax or email them my itinerary,” said Hahne, who performs at schools, libraries and birthday parties. ... Persons who derive.
The USDA has since removed public animal welfare documents from its website. Undeniably, cargo is the more dangerous option for pet travel . The safest way for any animal to fly is in the cabin as carry-on luggage, provided that's an option. But only.
An Everett-based medical testing laboratory is alleged to have repeatedly violated the Animal Welfare Act in actions that resulted in the deaths of 38 primates, according to a complaint filed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture ( USDA ). The nine-page .