Animals — latest ecology news

A record number of moose were recorded in the Chornobyl zone. Photo fact
A record number of moose were recorded in the Chornobyl zone. Photo fact

Due to the decrease in population, moose were included in the Red Book of Ukraine

Wild animals are being returned to the steppes of Odesa region
Wild animals are being returned to the steppes of Odesa region

Releasing the animals into the wild is part of an ecosystem restoration program

A photo trap captured an almost extinct species of forest cat. Photo fact
A photo trap captured an almost extinct species of forest cat. Photo fact

The forest cat is the ancestor of domestic cats

An environmental disaster is brewing in the Kyiv region due to the carcasses of dead animals
An environmental disaster is brewing in the Kyiv region due to the carcasses of dead animals

Environmental damage is estimated at over 1 million hryvnias

UAnimals announces applications for help with food for cats and dogs in Sumy region
UAnimals announces applications for help with food for cats and dogs in Sumy region

Applications are accepted until April 8 or until the supply of fodder runs out

BEST ECO FEST Charity Festival to be held in Kyiv region
BEST ECO FEST Charity Festival to be held in Kyiv region

BEST ECO FEST will open a charity fundraiser for the launch of an animal rescue center

Rock band Lordi joins the rescue of animals affected by the war in Ukraine
Rock band Lordi joins the rescue of animals affected by the war in Ukraine

Benefactors can pay for a symbolic square meter of a stable for horses or one brick

Birds and dolphins are dying en masse in occupied Crimea – local communities
Birds and dolphins are dying en masse in occupied Crimea – local communities

Animals die from water pollution, acoustic injuries from explosions and the operation of sonar

Long-awaited cleanup of rivers from oil spill begins in Kharkiv – environmental activist
Long-awaited cleanup of rivers from oil spill begins in Kharkiv – environmental activist

It was possible to localize the pollution and stop the ingress of oil products into the Siverskyi Donets River

Kyiv residents adopt dozens of homeless animals in one weekend
Kyiv residents adopt dozens of homeless animals in one weekend

The domesticated animals have made way for others living on the street