Discover stories in Latin America
A Rancher’s Owls
We crouched down, watching the little owls from a couple feet away. They seemed slightly perturbed but made no move […]
When Wildfire Comes to Nature Conservancy Preserves
This year, wildfire affected dozens of Nature Conservancy preserves. How did they fare?
When Only a Hippopotamus Will Do
Hippos for the holidays? Some weird stories of human-hippo relations.
Discovered: The World’s Highest-Dwelling Mammal
A mammal on a Chilean volcano sets the record for high-altitude living.
Capybara: Meet the World’s Largest Rodent
A rodent the size of a Labrador retriever? You won’t believe the life of the capybara.
Seaweed as Sustainable Livelihood
Seaweed farming can provide livelihoods for rural and indigenous women in Indonesia. How can this aquaculture be practiced sustainably?
Recovery: Victories in Galápagos National Park
New hope for the iconic native wildlife of the Galapagos Islands.
Migration, The Black Box of Neotropical Bird Conservation
New research evaluates the state of the science around bird populations migrating through the Gulf of Mexico.
Migration in Motion: Visualizing Species Movements Due to Climate Change
Climate change is already forcing species to migrate to cooler climates, and Conservancy scientists are mapping these predicted migrations.
Scaling-Up Agricultural Planning for Conservation in the Brazilian Cerrado
Nature Conservancy scientists have found that landscape-scale impact mitigation in Brazil offers significant benefits for conservation, without adding substantial cost increases for commercial agricultural producers.
The Path to Sustainable Fisheries is Paved with Data
The SNAPP Data-Limited Fisheries Working Group is field testing a user friendly application that puts management and science-based sustainability within the reach of small-scale and data-limited fisheries.
10 Cool Galapagos Endemics (That Aren’t Finches or Tortoises)
Pink iguanas, giant daisy trees, and lava-loving cacti — our 10 picks for cool Galapagos endemics that aren’t finches or tortoises.