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Continued killings by hunting estates and perceived government inaction have conservationists looking for tougher regulations to save the bird.
Not only do they highlight the major routes species will take to stay cool, but they are also guides for how we should approach future conservation.
Baby puffins in the Gulf of Maine faced drastically different fates this breeding season when warmer ocean waters caused a shortfall in fish.
To battle the bloodthirsty larvae decimating the Galapagos Islands' song birds, researchers are looking to take a long shot.
The bird’s survival hinges on the ocean, but rising waters and shrinking habitat are causing populations to plummet—with no clear solutions.