A new database of global seabird restoration projects allows scientists to analyze trends and provides a tool for practitioners looking to effectively restore seabirds and coastal ecosystems.
An international team argues that strategic ecological restoration could save coral atoll islands from the rising seas of climate change.
One of the rarest waterfowl species on earth, the nene nearly disappeared forever. Here is its epic story.
When you work in a place remote as Palmyra Atoll, if equipment fails, there won’t be a midweek run to Bass Pro Shops.
These two new guides cover some of the world's most marvellous mammals, from kangaroos to quolls, to flying foxes and clambering cuscus.
Think nature-based tourism is only tied to wildlife watching and hiking? New science says we need to think again—especially in the Eastern Caribbean.
In hopeful news, coral reefs at Palmyra Atoll show long-term stability, recovery and resilience, despite two bleaching events within the last decade.
A new database will help protect the world's most imperiled group of birds.
Seabird discos - complete with fake birds, mirrors, and a sound system - help restore breeding bird populations in the Caribbean.
New science from Alaska’s Aleutian Islands finds that eradicating invasive rodents helps restore marine habitats, too.
Getting rid of the rats on Palmyra was only the beginning.
A new Hawaiʻian snail species is described for the first time in 60 years.