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Although the colony of some 600 Least Tern nests took a serious hit, the birds managed to fledge 83 chicks this year.
Each summer captive breeders release hundreds of the birds into Texan prairies—but few survive. Maybe, just maybe, this year they'll get lucky.
Audubon members and supporters submitted more than 15 thousand comments to the Bureau of Land Management in support of science-based conservation plans.
The buck-toothed mammals are the best ecosystem engineers nature has to offer. Ben Goldfarb's exhaustive new book explains why.
Transportation is now the greatest source of carbon pollution; rolling back fuel efficiency standards undermines one of the most effective federal policies aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the U.S.