Cool and Overlooked Critters of the Sagebrush Sea

Move over sage grouse: here are 9 other cool critters of the sagebrush-steppe.

Matthew L. Miller

Planting Trees in Pasturelands Keeps Things Cool

Farmers in the tropics can harness the cooling benefits of tree cover by incorporating trees within their pasturelands.

Justine E. Hausheer

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Did You Know There Are Four Hyena Species?

Meet the hyenas you don’t know: cool creatures often unfairly persecuted.

Matthew L. Miller

Savanna Fire Management Can Fund Africa’s Protected Areas

A new study finds that fire management on Africa’s savannas can generate enough carbon revenue to help fill the funding gap for protected areas.

Justine E. Hausheer

Burrowing Owls Face an Uncertain Future

Why are burrowing owls declining? Research and hope for the underground owl of the Americas.

Christine Peterson

Day of the (Turtle) Dogs

Meet the turtle dogs -- they track and retrieve turtles. For science!

Cara Cannon Byington

One Square Meter of Prairie

What can be found in a square meter of prairie? You’ll be surprised. (Photographs included!)

Chris Helzer

New Research: Savanna Burning for Global Emissions Reductions

New research from The Nature Conservancy demonstrates that savanna fire management has the potential to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Justine E. Hausheer

The Mountain Lion in the Window

The subject of the message was: OMG! Mountain Lion Kitten in Window Well!!!! And really, it just got more interesting from there.

Cara Cannon Byington

How Can the Pronghorn Cross the Fence?

Pronghorns may be the second fastest land mammal on earth, but a simple fence can stop them in their tracks.

Bebe Crouse

Bison, Pioneers of the Prairie, Return to Kankakee Sands

In October of 2016, 23 bison from South Dakota were released on the prairie in Kankakee Sands.

Lisa Feldkamp

Conserving Bison in Indiana. Yes, Indiana.

Bison are coming back to Indiana. Join land steward Tony Capizzo to learn what factors influence a bison reintroduction.

Matthew L. Miller