Can You Help a Fish Imprint On a River?

Scientists hope that incubating eggs in a river might help reverse a historic whitefish decline in the Great Lakes.

Jenny Rogers

Pigeon Predictors & Turtle Backpacks: How Tracking Wildlife Can Aid Climate Change Research

Wildlife tracking can provide humans with critical information to predict our weather and climate patterns.

Christine Peterson

Why Flamingos are Showing Up in the U.S. this Fall

Hurricane Idalia brought unprecedented numbers of flamingos north. In some cases, way, way north. Like Pennsylvania north.

Ken Keffer

Solar Energy Development Doesn’t Have to Destroy Vital Habitat (but It Could)

With careful planning, the U.S. could produce needed solar energy and still protect lands important for animal movement and migration.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Dorado Catfish: Protecting an Epic Migration

The Amazon’s dorado catfish undertakes a 6,500 mile round-trip migration, vital for the ecosystem and humans alike

Matthew L. Miller

Satellite Tracking the Pacific’s Most Endangered Leatherback Turtles

A new satellite tagging study in the Solomon Islands will help protect critically endangered leatherback sea turtles.

Justine E. Hausheer

BirdCast: It’s Like a Weather Forecast, But for Birds

BirdCast provides real-time predictions of bird migrations: when birds are migrating, where they’re going, and how far they’re flying.

Justine E. Hausheer

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

Fishing for Science on Palmyra Atoll

Tagging trevally on a remote island with rod and reel.

Matthew L. Miller

8 Bird Migration Myths, From Past to Present

Bird migration has long fostered strange myths, some that persist to the present day.

Ken Keffer

The Sound of Merlin: Like Shazam, but for Birds

Just like Shazam helps identify songs, the Merlin App does the same for birds, but for cedar wax wings and ovenbirds instead of 80s Hair Bands

Cara Cannon Byington

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