Latin: Leucosticte atrata
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The stewardship program associate reflects on his relationship with nature and embracing his new mentorship role.
Schindler was a consummate biologist/ecologist who viewed Western science and Indigenous knowledge as essential companions.
In her new book ‘Beloved Beasts,’ author Michelle Nijhuis chronicles a movement dedicated to the 'preservation of possibility.'
WASHINGTON (March 10, 2021) -- A new bill would establish a price on carbon emissions to fund grants and loans for projects that address climate ch
The slowdown in human activity—a period scientists are calling the “anthropause”—was a mixed bag for animals.
Amy Scarpignato’s extensive career as a field technician became her biggest asset in the race to protect migratory birds.