Turtles and roads are a bad combination. Nearly half of the 55 turtle species native to the U.S.
Doing what comes naturally can work against wildlife in an unnatural world.
California is a hotspot of amphibian declines — half of the state’s frogs and toads are in trouble — and new research suggests that agricultural pesticides may be one of the biggest re
Most of us don’t pay much attention to earthworms but maybe we should. New research suggests that nonnative earthworms are radically changing the forest floor in the northern U.S.
Wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest are in trouble — 26 populations are listed as threatened or endangered — and many conservationists fear hatcheries are a big part of the problem.
We ask a lot of our rivers, expecting both natural ecosystems and uninterrupted water and hydropower supplies.
Normally, the restoration of native fauna is tied directly to restoration of a native flora habitat, or so goes conventional thinking. But Rodrigues is a glaring case of just the opposite.
Geographic Information System (GIS) models have a seductive quality.
The post-conflict situation in Afghanistan has created an extraordinary opportunity for conservation — the enormous obstacles can be offset by the enormous possibilities when a country ess
Mitigating the Effects of War on Biodiversity