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

50 Fish, 50 States: Bluegill Break

As you travel around the US there are some fish species you encounter again and again. The bluegill is one of them.

Matthew L. Miller

Why Protected Areas Must Consider What’s Beneath the Surface

New research finds that 85% of protected areas with groundwater-dependent ecosystems have groundwatersheds that may be underprotected.

Matthew L. Miller

Story type: TNC Science Brief

50 Fish, 50 States: Rudd of South Dakota

Many invasive fish are well known and well publicized. But you might not have heard about rudd.

Matthew L. Miller

A Tribute to Jonathan Higgins

Conservation at TNC used to be focused on lands. Jonathan Higgins helped change that to "lands and waters."

Bob Lalasz

Edge of Field Practices Enhance Benefits to Farmers and Nature

Ohio farmer takes a whole-farm approach to conservation During heavy spring rains, Allen Dean watched a 60-foot tree float down […]

Meg Wilcox

India’s Fantastic Freshwater Fauna and Where to Find Them

From blind mahseers to dancing frogs, meet India’s wild and weird freshwater fauna

Roshni Arora

Protecting and Restoring the Floodplain Forest

Floodplain forests are among the most biologically rich habitats, but they’re critically imperiled.

Matthew L. Miller

Giant Redfin: Conserving South Africa’s Native Fish

Meet the overlooked South African wildlife: native fish. Can invasive species removal offer hope?

Matthew L. Miller

Meet the Muskrat: Push-Up Champion of Cattail Marshes

Meet the small semi-aquatic mammal of the cattail marsh.

Lisa Ballard

Moose in the Morning: 20 Years of Silver Creek

Twenty years of conservation writing, and a creek runs through it.

Matthew L. Miller

The End of Trash Fish

It’s time to put the idea of “trash fish” where it belongs—in the trash.

Matthew L. Miller