“Zooming around at high speed is a favorite pastime of Apollo (black rhino),” read a portion of the caption shared alongside the video. Have you ever seen a video of a cute animal running around that instantly made you smile? If yes, then this video of a black rhino may speak to your soul. Even… Read More Check out this adorable black rhino baby!
The Tiniest Baby Antelope Was Just Born At A Florida Zoo & It’s Too Cute For Words Brevard Zoo near Orlando just celebrated the birth of the tiniest baby antelope, and the video might just melt your heart. We guarantee this video of a baby antelope recently born at the Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Florida, will lighten… Read More This newly born baby antelope will make your day!
Heading for Higher Ground? Livestock and Pet Owners Urged to Make Preparations for Hurricane Laura AUSTIN, TX – As the state prepares for Hurricane Laura to make landfall along the Texas-Louisiana border, the Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) encourages animal owners to take the necessary precautions to protect their animals and themselves from anticipated heavy… Read More Heading for Higher Ground? Livestock and Pet Owners Urged to Make Preparations for Hurricane Laura
To all EWA members: As you all know, we are living in uncertain times. Just when we thought things were going to go back to normal, our state has taken a step backward. Due to the fact that hotels and businesses are restricted to the number of people that they can accommodate and also to follow the… Read More Annual Congressional Fundraiser Update | Hear from our Executive Director, Charly Seale
Make plans to join your EWA friends at this year’s Congressional Fundraiser at Tapatio Springs Resort and Conference Center in Boerne, Texas August 6th – 9th. This will be a great weekend to take the family to this beautiful resort, nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The conference begins with a golf tournament… Read More 2020 Congressional Fundraiser Info
Today, CDC and the Department of Labor released Interim Guidance for Agriculture Workers and Employers to protect agriculture workers from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Agricultural employers can adapt these recommendations to protect workers at their particular work sites or in specific work operations. Agriculture work sites, shared worker housing, and shared worker transportation vehicles present unique challenges… Read More USDA – Availability of Interim Guidance for Agriculture Workers and Employers and Potential Resources for Seasonal Agriculture Laborers
In this time of social distancing and following the guidelines set out by our President, Governor and CDC, those of us at the Exotic Wildlife Association office wanted to let our members know that we are still here working for you. We also want you to know that we have a full inventory of Pneu-Dart… Read More We Have Pneu-Dart Supplies Available at the EWA Office
New EWA Office Hours & Procedures through April 30th In an effort to follow President Trump’s and Governor Abbot’s guidelines as well as those of the CDC please make note of the following changes to the Exotic Wildlife Association’s office hours. The office will remain open Monday through Friday 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. The office… Read More New EWA Office Hours & Procedures through April 30th
Our EWA Board of Directors and staff realize the growing concerns and anticipation regarding the impact of COVID-19. Rest assured that the the EWA staff remains committed to servicing the needs of our membership. We are doing everything in our power to maintain the services to our customers and members that you have come to… Read More EWA Office & Covid-19
The Exotic Wildlife Association’s bill to exempt seven more species from the permitting process of the Endangered Species Act has been filed in the House of Representatives by Congressman Ted YoHo ( R ) of Florida. HR 4208, if passed, would be similar in nature to the three species bill that was passed in 2013. It would… Read More Contact Your Congressman and Senators Now | Endangered Species Act