A new governmental report lists Brazil’s land reform agency as the biggest culprit for illegal logging of Amazon rain forests.
Far-northern breeding grounds are devastated. A major culprit: expanded farming in US Midwest.
Scientists say the beetles released on Southwest riverbanks could tame the water-sucking tamarisk trees.
New Brunswick man helps save giant mammals when they get snared in fishermen’s nets.
To researchers’ chagrin, measures that might save more of the rare animals have been held up by the White House.
Mining companies stake claims on federal land adjoining the park, while opponents say drinking water will be at risk.
Brian Jones’s rehab center takes in injured and endangered animals.
New York’s Jamaica Bay serves as a microcosm for the world’s wetland woes.
Some 1.8 million acres inside and abutting national parks are at risk of development.
Large land sale throws ecosystem-restoration plans cheerfully upside down.
Elephant-dung pages dispose of a massive waste problem profitably.
To raise cash, some science and environmental groups will let donors name species for a fee.
Project pays Bolivia for the forests it does not cut - a potential model in the battle against climate change.
The ancient arachnid is on the rebound – so why isn’t the bird that depends upon it?
For kids: Special sponges made of glass have formed entire reefs in the Pacific Ocean.
Ranchers and conservationists are increasingly at odds, as Yellowstone herd numbers plunge.
Judy Berens takes in abandoned leopards, panthers, and other exotic animals at a conservation center on her home property.
The islands were alive with vividly colored crabs, birds, and iguanas.
With wolves’ numbers rising, federal government – and many in West – want to take them off endangered species list. Environmentalists warn that it’s too soon.