Gray wolf, red wolf, coywolf, coydog. Wild canine taxonomy can be confusing -- and often comes with a heavy helping of folklore. But what does the science really say?
Using data from the Mad Island Marsh bird hotspot, researchers are studying the ticks and tick-borne pathogens birds carry to the United States.
When reintroducing wild turkeys across the United States, conservationists paid little attention to turkey subspecies. Today, determining turkey subspecies can require the skills of a wildlife CSI team. What does this mean for turkey genetics -- and future conservation?
Infrared enables us to see minor variations in temperature, even from a distance or at night. See how this technology is revolutionizing conservation science.
Join our behind-the-scenes look at the science, restoration and planning necessary for a successful bison reintroduction.
Join the Conservancy's Steve Schill and an enterprising student in northern Haiti as they use an amphibious drone to monitor marine habitats -- above and below water.
A grouse robot? You bet. And no, it's not a gimmick. On the sagebrush plains of Wyoming, researchers are deploying the fake birds to study how males react to females -- and helping to protect the species in the process.
Sandhill Cranes congregate in great numbers at night, crowded together in flooded fields. How can California conservationists accurately count them. Enter a new tool in bird monitoring: the drone.
Camera Trap Chronicles heads to northeastern Oregon's Zumwalt Prairie Preserve for a "backstage pass" to see the lives of big predators, cool birds, roaming herds and more.
Does a bear sleep in the woods? Camera Trap Chronicles features a time-lapse video of a black bear's ten hour nap underneath a camera trap.
A camera trap survey in the Mathews Mountains of Kenya reveals mammals great and small. Join expedition Tim Boucher for a look at some of the most exciting photos and video of hyenas, lions and more.
Grizzly bears and moose and flying squirrels, oh my. Check out the critters captured via camera trap images on Conservancy projects in North Idaho.