The pressure to reach for a gun to help save one animal from another is stronger than ever. And it has triggered a conservation problem from hell.
In predator-human conflicts, the thing we have to fear most is fear itself
Why restrict the Web to one species?
Commercial airplanes will soon track animal migration
Disease can spread from animals to humans—and back again
Are big-screen portrayals of environmental issues actually driving children and adults to think about biodiversity or conservation in a meaningful way?
Researchers are testing a promising solution to wildlife trainkill: electrified mats that straddle the rails and deliver a painful shock to any animal that treads on the tracks.
It’s rare to catch a glimpse of the endangered Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep that migrate up and down the craggy peaks of eastern California.
Paradoxically, decades of chronic warfare in disputed border zones have created de facto nature reserves.
By using satellite and cellular tags to track free-ranging animals, biologists are providing us with intimate access to the daily lives of other species, drawing us closer to the world’s w