How The Pandemic Is Changing Animals’ Lives

How The Pandemic Is Changing Animals’ Lives

Image from Guide Dogs Australia 

During a global pandemic, there are so many corners of our world that are affected and it’s hard to even comprehend all of them. Wild and domestic animals are just a portion of those being impacted at this time. Whether it’s a zoom call between guiding eye dogs or a virtual bird walk, we are experiencing animals differently. Here are just a few of those stories. 

Bald eagles spotted nesting in Arizona saguaro cactus for the first time in decades

FOR THE FIRST time in decades, bald eagles are returning to the saguaro cacti of Arizona. The Arizona Game and Fish Department released a photo last week showing a pair of bald eagles and their eaglets in a nest made between the arms of a saguaro cactus.

Guide Dogs Australia Organises Nationwide Zoom Meeting To Meet Newest Puppy

As many Australians stay connected via video conferencing, what better way to brighten their day than a lunch-time on-screen explosion of the goodest boys and girls there are.

Zoos get almost $100m for animal welfare

Zoos and aquariums across the country will get almost $100 million in federal funding to help them through the COVID-19 crisis.

Take a Virtual Bird Walk With the Atlanta Audubon Society

“Since social distancing is throwing a kink in our Atlanta Audubon spring bird walks, we’re bringing a walk to you via Facebook Live,” the non-profit environmental organization announced in a news release.

Animal rescues are going to need more help than ever once coronavirus restrictions are lifted

Animal rescues across the country saw a spike in adoptions and foster applications at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.