It Takes A Village

In the majority of places where conservationists work, our success or failure rides on the backs of the people who live there.

Justine E. Hausheer

Women Lead Leatherback Conservation in the Solomon Islands

Changing cultural perceptions around gender can’t work without the support of the local communities.

Justine E. Hausheer

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

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

The Field Herper: Finding Reptiles and Amphibians for Fun

Herping, finding reptiles and amphibians, is growing as a hobby.

Kris Millgate

The Love Stories of Sleepy Lizards

Meet the world's only monogamous reptile - the sleepy lizard - and the dedicated scientists who study it.

Justine E. Hausheer

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

Move Over, Cicadas: 5 Other Great North American Wildlife Hatchings (and Emergences)

Cicadas are in the news, but here are 5 other natural spectacles to catch.

Robert Annis

For Transplanted Tortoises, Who Lives and Who Dies?

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

Kris Millgate

There’s a Python Living in My Rain Gutter

Pythons in the house?! When a birdfeeder attracts more than just birds.

Justine E. Hausheer

An Encounter with Mating Gopher Snakes

Observing snakes is sure to wake you out of a trail-run trance.

Matthew L. Miller

Recovery: A Plague of Bullfrogs

Bullfrogs are wondrous creatures – until they’re introduced outside their native range.

Ted Williams