Porcupine farms in Vietnam fuel the very trade they were meant to stop
Compensation payments may not increase goodwill toward wolves
Ants shape the savanna one trunk at a time
Airline passengers smuggle hundreds of tons of bushmeat
As pikas and other alpine species are pressured by global warming, many observers warn they wil be pushed higher and higher until they vanish like deserving souls into the ether.
Excerpt from Life in the Valley of Death by Alan Rabinowitz.
Are urban coyote populations rising because the creatures are attracted to human activities or in spite of those activities? This question has vexed researchers for years, and now Stanley Ge
Prairie dogs served up Jell-O spiked with ‘black death’ vaccine
A new generation of unruly adolescent wildlife has some experts wondering whether what we’re missing isn’t so much habitat as adult supervision. By Dawn Stover.
Wrapping virtual skins on 3-D models helps track individual tigers