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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.
New studies suggest that northern populations of White-breasted Nuthatches might also have irruptive years—and 2020 is one of them.
Left unburned, woody vegetation is crowding out habitat, but proactive landowners are learning to use fire to restore America’s grasslands.
The agency's final action ignores public input and disregards importance of old-growth trees for local communities, fish, and birds.
Reflecting on the “gruesome and overwhelming” day, experts remain hopeful that the event will inspire action for bird-friendly communities.
A federal proposal to manage fishery conflicts by killing more fish-eating Double-crested Cormorants is built on deeply flawed data, experts say.
Proposed seismic testing would damage important habitat for nesting birds and denning polar bear.