This Upland Sandpiper Was Banded 13 Years Ago. And It’s Still Alive.

An upland sandpiper in Kansas sets the new age record for the species.

Matthew L. Miller

50 Fish, 50 States: The Bass of Emiquon

Chasing bass on a former cornfield turned restored wetland in Illinois.

Matthew L. Miller

Camera Trap Chronicles: Phantom Canyon Preserve

Camera traps reveal the wildlife secrets of Phantom Canyon Preserve in Colorado.

Matthew L. Miller

In Conservation, Sometimes It’s the Small Things that Inspire

Join Nikolaj Lasbo as he bands American Kestrel chicks in Utah.

Nikolaj Lasbo

Recovery: Victories in Galápagos National Park

New hope for the iconic native wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.

Ted Williams

Mapping Conservation & History on the Kokoda Track

A new 3-D map of Papua New Guinea’s famous Kokoda Track will help both preserve the country’s military history and protect the surrounding forest.

Justine E. Hausheer

What Happened to the Schomburgk’s Deer?

Much about the life history and extinction of this species remain somewhat of a mystery.

Matthew L. Miller

Expanding Protected Areas Is Not Always the Best Investment

Research shows that increased management of existing protected areas could be a better investment for conservation than purchasing new land.

Justine E. Hausheer

Community MPAs Fail to Protect Important Reef Fish

New science shows that community-managed protected are failing to protect two important reef fish species in the Solomon Islands.

Justine E. Hausheer

Recovery: New Chance to Save Land and Water

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.

Ted Williams

The Ocean Has Almost No Wilderness Left

New research shows that just 13.2 percent of the ocean remains as wilderness, free from human impacts.

Justine E. Hausheer

How Can We Protect Endemic Species in the Face of Urban Growth?

There will be almost 2 billion additional urban dwellers by 2030. In the face of this massive urban growth, how can we protect plants and animals that are endemic to different regions around the world?

Rob McDonald