Maine’s Kennebec River was renowned for its magnificent runs of salmon, sturgeon, and other anadromous fish until their migration was blocked by the 1837 construction of Edwards Dam in Augus
Roads and conservation just don’t mix.
Many conservation biologists have been skeptical of population viability analysis (PVA), which wildlife managers use to predict species’ extinction risks and rank management options.
Which invasive species cause the most serious ecological threats? And, which are most amenable to management? With more than 100 alien plants on many wildland sites and the daunting prospect
Many of us do best in familiar environments, and the same is true of plants used for restoring ecosystems, according to new research in the August issue of Conservation Biology.
Not far from the U.S./Mexico border, Mark Larkin grows a dozen vegetable crops as well as fruits and pasture grasses.
People love living on lakes, but they may be damaging the ecosystems they treasure.
Prevention is a concept that does not come naturally to most Americans.
Thanks to conservation efforts, U.S. deer densities are the highest they have been in 100 years.
Something was rotten in the state of amphibia.