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

The Real Batmobile: A Citizen Scientist’s Night Drive

Monitoring bats on back roads is a citizen science project for the whole family…sort of.

Kris Millgate

Radio Tracking a Rare Crayfish

The Guyandotte crayfish was thought to be extinct. But it’s back.

John McCoy

Camera Trap Chronicles: Phantom Canyon Preserve

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

Matthew L. Miller

Can Platypus Persist Alongside People?

Under threat from urban development, can this iconic Australian animal survive alongside us?

Justine E. Hausheer

Banding Hummingbirds

How do you band hummingbirds? As quickly as possible with bands about the size of a cookie crumb.

Kris Millgate

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

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

Nikolaj Lasbo

Life, Death & Bird Cam Drama at the Great Salt Lake

Season two of the Utah kestrel cam returns, with more drama than ever. Tune in now to see chicks in the nest!

Larisa Bowen

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

Mountain Lion at Phantom Canyon Preserve

A mountain lion makes an appearance at Phantom Canyon Preserve in Colorado.

Matthew L. Miller

Can Drones Help Stop the Spread of Kenya’s Invasive Cactus?

Some call it a green hell. Can Kenya’s invasive cactus be stopped?

Matthew L. Miller

Day of the (Turtle) Dogs

Meet the turtle dogs -- they track and retrieve turtles. For science!

Cara Cannon Byington