A New Way to Protect the Coast
Living shorelines provide erosion control while providing shoreline habitat and maintaining coastal processes.
Starving Killer Whales Are Losing Most of Their Babies
The southern resident killer whales of the northeast Pacific are in trouble. As habitats and food dwindle, they increasingly miscarry and lose their babies.
The Bison Is America’s New National Mammal
The American bison joins the bald eagle as the second national animal. What will the designation mean for its conservation status?
No, Trophy Hunting Won’t Protect Wildlife
Killing wildlife to save it isn't a viable strategy. We can create diverse, self-sustaining ecosystems without trophy hunting.
Uptown Fox: On Wildlife in Cities
Urban environments are harsh, with only fragmentary remains of natural habitat. But human activity has driven a rise of wildlife in cities.
Are Mute Swans a Harmful Invasive Species?
Mute swans are the poster child for a harmful species protected by strong public goodwill.
Does Hunting Have a Place in Wildlife Conservation?
Can hunting be a viable option for wildlife conservation?
The environmental scourge of palm oil
Why Palm Oil is dangerous for the environment