The Cryptozoology Society


A Creature on the Loose Puts Milwaukee Residents on Edge

The New York Times reports that Milwaukee residents have reported a large creature slinking through its neighborhoods.


Cryptozoology website redesign

Yes I\'m finally going to have time to redo this website and bring it up to modern standards. I\'m leaving my regular job, and moving to a contract basis. And one of the contracts I\'m giving myself is a redesign of Sorry it took so long, but I\'ve been incredibly busy the past couple years.


Conservation win in Madagascar: 7 new reserves established

Good news on the environmental front in Madagascar has been rare and fleeting in recent years, but today the Indian Ocean island's Prime Minister gave conservationists a bit of hope by officially decreeing seven new reserves that target critical habitats for endangered lemurs, chameleons, and frogs. News


Former Cranbourne South man on the hunt for Tasmanian tiger on the mainland

Australia\'s Leader talks with Michael Moss, thylacine hunter, who was recently interviewed for a documentary that is being made about the thylacine.


Satellites spot deforestation in almost-approved Peruvian national park

Satellite images less than a month old pinpoint deforestation, likely at the hands of illegal loggers and coca farmers, in the Sierra del Divisor Reserved Zone in Peru along the border with Brazil. As they have for nearly a decade, conservation groups are calling on the government to finally designate the area a permanent national park, providing all the protections that the label would bring and ending the transition from its temporary protected status. News


Will Sierra del Divisor soon become Peru’s newest national park?

A proposed national park in Peru sits on the apparent cusp of approval, even as it suffers deforestation at the hands of illegal loggers, miners and coca growers. News