Public misconceptions about regional environmental problems may make protective policies more difficult to pass
Proposed electricity powergrid in the western United States could increase habitat for ravens that prey on less common species like sage-grouse
Mangroves are on the move. In Florida, these valuable coastal forests have expanded to the north — thanks to a drop in the number of cold snaps.
Pikas, the adorably tubby mammals that favor cool mountain habitats, may be able to adapt to climate change by eating a lot of moss, a new study suggests.
The corpses of apparently starved and dehydrated tortoises are littering part of Joshua Tree National Park, and the culprit may be climate change.
Cities are one of the fastest growing habitat types for people—and wildlife. And increasingly diverse urban ecosystems are inspiring creative living arrangements.
Golden-headed lion tamarins are an endangered species turned invasive, thriving in the suburbs of Rio. They are not as wild as they might be elsewhere, but not tame either.
We want to respect the wild animals that make their homes alongside us and to help them flourish.
One possible effect of climate change: chubbier grizzly bears. According to a new study, grizzlies in Canada tend to thrive when born during warmer years.
How much would people pay to save the iconic monarch butterfly? A lot, according to a new study in Conservation Letters.