Climate change threatens two-thirds of North America’s birds with extinction

About two-thirds of the birds in the United States will be threatened with extinction if global warming.

10,000 year-old Mastodon remains discovered in Puebla Mexico

The Honorato family found the remains of a mastodon in the town of San José.

BACKYARD BIRDING IN MERIDA, YUCATAN AND BEYOND – THE HEART OF THE MATTER

What if you see a photo with a series of hearts on a bird’s neck.

Opossums are our best defense against Lyme disease, killing 5000 ticks per week each

Opossums attract and then kill thousands of ticks per acre, per week, making them one.

The day the dinosaurs died

It’s widely believed that the age of the dinosaurs was brought to an end by.

What’s lost when an animal goes extinct?

One way to think of a species, be it of ape or of ant, is.

Hunting is allowed in Yucatan, but only within the Management Units for Wildlife Conservation

Images of foreign poachers allegedly offering hunting tours in areas of the Yucatan went viral.

New endangered marine species discovered in Cozumel

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), through its campus in Yucatan, announced the discovery.

Yucatán businessman kills thousands of bees with pesticide (PART II)

On an article posted on Friday August 30th, The Yucatan Times revealed that at least.

BACKYARD BIRDING IN MERIDA, YUCATAN AND BEYOND – TANTALIZING TROGONS, PART 2 OF 2

When I saw my first trogon in the Yucatan, the Gartered Trogon, the visual impact.

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Meridanos say foreigners want to “privatize” the sidewalks

Because a house in Mérida, apparently own by foreigners, placed a sign asking people not to use their sidewalk as…

French citizen says police surveillance in Mérida is similar to that in Paris

When Faouzi Reggoune undertook the trip from France to Mexico to recover the bodies of his daughter Sarah and her…

Brazil confirms first case of Coronavirus in Latin America

Brazil Health Ministry confirms first coronavirus case in Latin America. The Brazilian government confirmed the first case of a fast-spreading new coronavirus…

Acid attacks in Mexico: corrosive gender-based violence

In Mexico, acid attacks are not considered a crime in the Federal Criminal Code, which prevents official knowledge of the…

Second cruise ship blocked from Caribbean ports over Coronavirus fears

Following a pattern set by the MS Westerdam, a cruise ship in the Caribbean has been turned away from two…