Bobcats a beautiful species making a big comeback

Good News Notes:” The clock is ticking for bobcats in North America. Not in the sense that they’re in trouble. Far from it. Bobcats were scarce as recently as the 1970s. Deforestation, development, changes in agricultural practices and even bounties hammered the population.” View the whole story here:

Nature up close: Whooping cranes are finally making a comeback

 Good News Notes: “In the summer of 1998, while driving along the Slough Creek Road in Yellowstone National Park, my husband and I spotted two whooping cranes. Wait! Whooping cranes don’t live in Yellowstone; they spend their winters in Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Texas, and their summers in Wood Buffalo National Park in Canada, over 2,000 miles…

Don't Call It A Comeback