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After decades of groundbreaking seabird restoration, a conservation hero announces a well-earned retirement.
After wildfires, grasslands and deciduous woodlands are replacing evergreen boreal forest and transforming the state's terrain and ecology.
For 15 years, a lone Red-billed Tropicbird has attracted visitors and researchers with his unusual habits and misguided mating attempts.
The more than 10 million birds that rely on this land will have a protected home to return to each spring for years to come.
Governor Mark Gordon’s revised Executive Order maintains a balanced approach to sage-grouse and energy development, conserving critical habitat for the imperiled species.
The Interior Department recently approved a project previously deemed too great an environmental risk in the bird-rich Boundary Waters wilderness.
Confined in a tent city near El Paso, teens portrayed parrots and quetzals in works now on display at the “Uncaged Art” exhibit.