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The South American country ups the ante on a unique plan to save Yasuní National Park, a haven for tropical birds.
Volunteers help decipher how motorways affect animals.
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Development could pull water from a critical migratory bird stopover site.
Birding and butterflying have long been popular. With the advent of easy-to-use field guides and common, colorful name
A giant's legacy.
A Virginia postal worker has turned her route into a haven for nesting eastern bluebirds.
Conservationists have waged a 41-year battle to free “the sweetest water-lane in the world” by tearing down an unnecessary dam. Their efforts have seemed hopeless—until now.
Insects are an eco-friendly meat alternative.
A gray catbird makes a surprise appearance during a Baltimore oriole photo shoot.
Helping eels slide past dams with some PVC pipe and netting.
Botswana is a place of almost mythic names: the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta. Our 10-day safari is your guide to turning this land of boundless beauty into your wildlife-watching dream come true.
If Shell Oil has its way and drilling proceeds in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas, rich bird habitat and nurseries could suffer the consequences of a spill.
A chain of more than 100 Marine Protected Areas offer a safe haven for creatures from albatrosses to whales along California's 1,100-mile coastline.
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