Written by Darci Palmquist | December 17th, 2010
Apparently, you have to capture a double rainbow to get 15 minutes of fame these days. But this is still one gorgeous shot taken by Flickr user Kyle Hammons at Pinnacles Desert in Western Australia’s Nambung National Park. Thanks for sharing it through The Nature Conservancy’s Flickr Group! See all The Nature Conservancy’s featured daily nature images—submitted to […]
Written by Nicole Levins | December 15th, 2010
Written by Darci Palmquist | November 18th, 2010
Written by Darci Palmquist | November 2nd, 2010
Written by Michael Looker | August 11th, 2010
A new model for conservation in Australia protects important landscapes, provides jobs and keeps indigenous people in the role of managing their own lands, writes the Conservancy’s Michael Looker.
Written by Scott Morrison | July 8th, 2010
A study of mountain lions reveals just how important conservation on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border is. And protecting a buffer of open space could help make the border easier to secure, says Conservancy scientist Scott Morrison.
Written by Nicole Levins | June 23rd, 2010
Written by Scott Morrison | June 11th, 2010
Our conservation work on California’s Santa Cruz Island has had extraordinary outcomes — but there’s still work ahead (including outfoxing invasive ants), says Conservancy scientist Scott Morrison.
Written by Bob Lalasz | April 29th, 2010
A new study co-authored by a Nature Conservancy scientist says biodiversity worldwide continues to decline, despite an international pledge to slow such losses.
Written by Evan Girvetz | April 19th, 2010
50% of all Mongolia’s livestock could be dead by spring — victims of a drought-freeze punch known as a dzud. How could grassland conservation help herders cope with such climate-change intensified phenomena?