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.
It’s better for the health of the cat – and far better for the many small animals that cats hunt – to keep them indoors, some say.
The noted primatologist has found that in order to save her beloved chimpanzees, she has to educate the people first.
Steve Gehman and Betsy Robinson brave frostbite, avalanches, and bears to track the imperiled animal in the northern Rockies.
Plans to open up a swath of wilderness are bringing hunters and environmentalists together – and reshaping state politics.
Next month, developers will start building a controversial resort in Mt. Hartman National Park, one of the Grenada dove’s last sanctuaries.
Conservationists’ gentle engagement with locals boosts the prospects for the Bengal Florican.
Martine de Wit leads a team of forensic pathologists that performs autopsies on the endangered creatures to determine their cause of death.
The best students are the wildest. Lesson 1: Avoid humans at all costs.
Microscopic organisms thrive in polar-ice 'brine channels' whose conditions mirror some of those found in space.
Drastic federal action to try to save chinook salmon is latest move in ongoing battle.
The Owyhee plan would designate 517,000 Idaho acres as federal wilderness and put other public land up for sale.
Lax regulations have allowed development to surge to the breaking point.
On snowshoes and in aircraft, they pick up the trail of the celebrated predator as part of a wildlife retreat.