Considered the most biodiverse place in the world, the Yasuní is in danger of being ruined through the exploitation of its natural resources. And time is running out to save it.
As Oil Companies Dig Into Yasuní National Park, Ecuadorians Are Fighting Back
An Annual Rescue Mission to Free Northern Gannets Tangled in Plastic Trash
Without human intervention, dozens of the magnificent seabirds would starve to death at their nesting site each year.
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Amidst California Drought, Coyotes Creep Closer to Mono Lake’s Gull Colonies
December 07, 2016 — An electric fence might provide a quick fix, but what the lake really needs is water.
How Baby Kiwis in Virginia Will Help Preserve an Ancient Maori Tradition
December 06, 2016 — At the Smithsonian's world-class breeding center, conservationists are working to preserve a beloved New Zealand bird and culture.
The Mystery of Seahorse Key's Missing Bird Colony Veers Into Strange Territory
December 05, 2016 — Russian submarines? Black-ops helicopters? Vigilante sheepdogs? Cannibal snakes? Weird theories abound for the causes of the baffling case.
Behind the Scenes With the World’s Top Feather Detective
December 05, 2016 — As the country’s only criminal forensic ornithologist, Pepper Trail has pieced together the demise of countless birds—and saved many others.
Let a Pro Teach You How to Take Great Owl Photos
November 28, 2016 — Paul Bannick has spent a decade photographing owls for his latest book. Here’s why he loves them—and what he’s learned.
Historic Climate Case Led By Kids Is Headed to Trial
November 11, 2016 — Twenty-one children want to hold the federal government accountable for climate change, potentially changing how we handle environmental law.