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In the final days of 2020, Congress boosted funding for the crucial Delaware River Basin Restoration Program and critical regional conservation efforts.
A coalition of conservation groups is going to court to overturn Trump Administration’s weakening of the landmark bird protection law.
A Japanese-born immigrant, Masa wasn’t allowed to become a U.S. citizen—but he played an important role in the establishment of America’s most-visited national park.
The Interior secretary cut more than one-third from the bird's critical habitat just after his department said it should be listed as endangered.
Purple Martins exposed to bright nighttime light migrated eight days early—which could lead to starvation at their breeding grounds.
Two new positions within the Biden White House will yoke expertise in bipartisan climate action with international diplomacy and domestic policy.
Bipartisan-backed legislation ensures the continued restoration and protection of the world’s largest freshwater ecosystem