So this is what it feels like to be in the throes of a paradigm shift. It turns out that much of what we think we know about species and ecosystems is wrong.
Jeffrey Lockwood reviews The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth, Madness, and Greed by John Vaillant.
People who feed wild animals can inadvertently take the “wild” out of “wildlife.
Protecting charismatic top predators is a common strategy for conserving biodiversity, but does it really work? New research shows that the answer is yes for birds of prey in the Italian Alp
More deer may mean fewer songbirds, which could help explain the continental-scale decline of forest birds in North America and Europe.
Figuring out which species are native could be harder than we thought.
Having a relatively simple way to assess the effects of conservation corridors is critical to determining whether they are working as intended.
Now there’s a new way to survey elusive forest elephants: record their footsteps with underground seismic sensors called geophones.
WE’RE INCREASING SEDIMENT IN THE WORLD’S RIVERS, yet only a tiny fraction of it ever reaches its coastal destination.
New initiative sets global standards for sustainability reporting.