Image 1. The black hump in the center of the pickup truck is a black bear, just been shot by hunters in Oregon using dogs with radio transmitters on their collars.
Photo by Sylvia Sharnoff.
Image 2. Elk near Banff have grown so used to human environments that they frequently wander into town.
Image 3. This fox was on a highway on the North Shore of Lake Superior, Ontario.
Image 4. A coyote on the highway. Increasingly, wild animals have to attemp
to deal with dangerous human incursions into their territory.
Image 5. Holding a baby boreal owl in Idaho. Biologists are studying wildlife at the same time that wildlife habitat is being destroyed at a rapid rate.
Image 6. Banding a baby Boreal Owl in Idaho.
Image 7. This horse lives next to a trailer park in the Great Basin. Animals of all kinds have had to adapt to human changes in the landscape.
Image 8. An urban squirrel.
Image 9. Bird on a pier.
Image 10. An owl on a fence at a city dump by San Francisco Bay.
Image 11. Goldfish in an outdoor concrete pond.
The photo was actually taken in France, but it could have been anywhere.
Image 12. Child holding a frog.
Image 13. Child holding a duck.
Image 14. Child holding a duck.