Vaccine production requires the blood of horseshoe crabs, whose eggs are a vital food source for several species, including Red Knots. A synthetic replacement for the blood exists, but the United States is stuck in the past.
In a rushed and secretive process, the Bureau of Land Management is ignoring impacts to people, climate and wildlife, and relying on flawed science.
Climate and conservation activists see opportunities for the president-elect to make major progress beginning on day one.
The Yurok Tribe plans to soon reintroduce North America's largest bird to northern California, where the raptor hasn't soared for a century.
The proposed survey—preparation for oil drilling—would damage permafrost, threaten species, and leave lasting tracks in the tundra.
It wasn’t always Punzalan's dream to study California Condors, but now her research is being used to protect the species and help properly site wind farms across her home state.
Left unburned, woody vegetation is crowding out habitat, but proactive landowners are learning to use fire to restore America’s grasslands.
Reflecting on the “gruesome and overwhelming” day, experts remain hopeful that the event will inspire action for bird-friendly communities.