Island birds face a new and horrific threat, but help is on the way.
Bullfrogs are wondrous creatures – until they’re introduced outside their native range.
Gray seals and great white sharks are rebounding in the Northeast U.S., but not everyone’s happy.
Restoring elms and other native trees benefits wildlife in the Connecticut River Valley.
Wood turtles face a host of threats, including public recreational access. But there’s hope.
New hope for the iconic native wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
The greenback cutthroat was lost and then found, then lost again. But now it’s back.
Darters, the native fish once belittled as “cold slimy things,” face a more hopeful future.
Many times, the best tool in fighting invasive plants is strategically deployed herbicide.
Reauthorize and Fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Over its lifetime, LWCF has done a lot to make America great, and without it some of the country's most beloved public lands might not exist.
An effort to restore coral reefs finds its hope in fragments. Literally.
Invasive rats, goats and even monkeys had overrun the national wildlife refuge, turning it into an ecological wasteland. But there’s hope.