Falconers have been working with captive birds of prey for over 2,000 years, and there are currently around 20,000 registered falconers worldwide. While many show the greatest respect and care for their birds, not all do. There is a lot of cruelty in the industry. In particular, practices such as tethering are under scrutiny for…Read More
This Saturday, the 8th of August, is Hen Harrier Day, a day to come together and take action against the illegal persecution of hen harriers and other birds of prey in the UK.
Coconut has become a health trend in recent years, but have you ever wondered where the coconuts come from and how people harvest them? A recent PETA report suggests their origins may not be too friendly.
Marine mammals live in a world of darkness. Light doesn’t travel very well underwater so they can’t depend on their eyes to explore like we do. Instead, they use their ears, relying on sound for everything from communicating with others to finding food, escaping predators, and navigating their environment. It is essential to their survival….Read More
In this blog post, we are asking, please don’t dye your pets’ hair. It’s a fad that’s becoming ever more popular and with pet hair dye freely available to the public, one that’s not going anywhere soon. If you are thinking about, please read on before you open the bottle. As humans, we dye our…Read More