Fifty years ago, Marty Bluewater fought to keep his home among the nesting birds of Protection Island. Now he’s fighting for the birds.
The elephants have roamed 300 miles across southern China, in the longest movement recorded in the country by the animals. Researchers are mystified.
The administration suspended leases that were auctioned in the waning days of the Trump White House. But a 2017 law requires another sale.
The administration says the country must pivot away from fossil fuels but backed a project set to produce more than 100,000 barrels of oil each day for 30 years.
The Big Cat Public Safety Act has been introduced before, but a bipartisan group of lawmakers hopes the public outcry from the Netflix documentary series will finally help it become law.
The assumption that adding apex predators to wildlife parks in South Africa benefits smaller animals is in need of more testing, scientists say.
A new study challenges a common hypothesis about how protecting charismatic species also conserves animals that are less well known.
When travel restrictions stopped bird-watchers from visiting a Swedish island, hidden ecosystem dynamics were revealed.
As the senior wildlife veterinarian at the Uganda Wildlife Authority, Dr. Robert Aruho, 36, finds himself in the very tricky business of moving giraffes.
A last-ditch effort to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas drilling is underway.
The sanctuary, Big Cat Rescue, said the 69-year-old volunteer’s arm was nearly torn off by a 3-year-old male tiger named Kimba.
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