The Fight to Save Western Pacific Leatherbacks

A new monitoring effort will gather information about the world's most endangered population of leatherback sea turtle.

Justine E. Hausheer

An Asian Sea Eagle Is Roaming New England

A Steller's sea eagle has turned up in New England. Learn more about this bird's remarkable and unexpected journey.

Justine E. Hausheer

A Survey for the Chihuahua Chub

On New Mexico’s Mimbres River, a survey for an endangered fish species.

Martha S. Cooper

Kouprey: The Ultimate Mystery Mammal

Do you know the kouprey? Meet the forest ox shrouded in mystery and rumor.

Matthew L. Miller

Satellite Tracking Leads to Action for Hawksbill Sea Turtles

New science on hawksbill sea turtles in the Solomon Islands provided critical information to strengthen protection for turtles on their nesting grounds.

Justine E. Hausheer

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Giving Black Rhinos Their Space in Northern Kenya

In Kenya, black rhinos need more space, and a community conservancy offers hope.

Matthew L. Miller

Biodiversity Conservation: 7 Principles for Matching Goals with Actions

Scientists offer 7 key principles to help achieve the Convention on Biological Diversity’s 2050 vision: living in harmony with nature.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Tiger Selfie A Reason for Optimism

Recently an endangered Bengal tiger was seen by villagers at Surajkund, Madhya Pradesh in an area near one of the […]

Ashok Biswal

Hope and Peril for North America’s “Snow Parrot”

North America’s sole remaining native parrot faces an endless litany of threats. But there’s hope.

Christine Peterson

There’s a Koala in the Backyard

A koala is the peak of Australian backyard wildlife. But this wildlife sighting is bittersweet.

Justine E. Hausheer

For Transplanted Tortoises, Who Lives and Who Dies?

Research into the survival of desert tortoises holds keys for successful assisted climate migration.

Kris Millgate

Why Pandas Are Rubbing Themselves with Horse Manure

It’s true: for years, giant pandas have been rubbing horse manure on themselves. New research suggests a reason.

Christine Peterson