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

Fossil Pollen Reveals the African Origins of Asia’s Tropical Forests

Fossil pollen reveals that the iconic tree family of Borneo's rainforests — the dipterocarps — evolved in Africa.

Justine E. Hausheer

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

How Hyenas Sanitize The City

In an Ethiopian city, spotted hyenas provide the garbage disposal.

Kris Millgate

Giving Black Rhinos Their Space in Northern Kenya

In Kenya, black rhinos need more space, and a community conservancy offers hope.

Matthew L. Miller

Digitized Data Conserves Africa’s Great Lake Fisheries

In Africa’s Great Lakes, better data collection means better fisheries management.

Mike Pflanz

Better Mapping for Better Management of Gabon’s Coastal Wetlands (and Beyond)

If a picture is worth a thousand words, an accurate map may well be worth an entire novel. In Gabon, scientists are working to map a healthy future for Gabon's coastal wetlands.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

A Naturalist’s Guide to the South African Cape

From great white sharks to meerkats, from wildflower blooms to endemic birds, a guide to the South African Cape’s unique biodiversity.

Matthew L. Miller

Think Drones are Bad for Wildlife? These Videos May Change Your Mind

Drones deservedly have a bad reputation for terrifying wildlife, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Matthew L. Miller

Experimenting with Water Funds + Behavior Change

Can targeted, farm-level recommendations spark adoption at the scale needed to ensure the city of Nairobi a sustainable water supply? TNC scientists are experimenting to find out.

Stephen Wood

The Conservation Story of the Kenya Black Leopard

The first scientific confirmation of a black leopard in Kenya is a story of conservation, community and coexistence.

Matthew L. Miller