This miniature monkey from Brazil faces a losing battle with disease, invasive species and an ever-shrinking habitat.

This miniature monkey from Brazil faces a losing battle with disease, invasive species and an ever-shrinking habitat.

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As climate change pushes people and families across international borders, they’ll find few protections. That can be fixed.

feral cat endangered bird

Endangered seabirds can recover, but only if we control feral cats and other non-native predators, new research finds.

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pronghorn at fence line

The American West contains 620,000 miles of fencing, threatening the migration of pronghorn, mule deer and other species.

fisher leaving box in front of crowd

Years of work in the Pacific Northwest is paying off. It started with preserving the ecosystem so native species would have something to return to.

Monkey in cage

A serious lack of data about the fate of wildlife saved from illegal trade leads to calls for better information and accountability.

solar panels catching the sun

As development of large solar projects speeds up, researchers race against the clock to study the ecosystem implications.

large-antlered muntjac

This critically endangered, fanged deer species is losing out to the snaring crisis in Laos and Vietnam.

Aerial view of container ship

A rise in container-ship accidents adds to the growing marine plastic pollution problem and poses risks to ocean health, wildlife and mariners.

Barbary lions

It wasn’t the Roman gladiators that did in this black-maned beast, but the exact date of its disappearance remains a mystery.

Grand Cayman coral reef

The COVID-19 pandemic put much of the tourism industry on hold. Once restrictions are lifted, we need to be wary of what comes next.

green hillsides

A new book from ecologist Chad Hanson explains why misunderstanding fire is dangerous for communities, wildlife and fighting climate change.