May, 2019

Fighting To Preserve Bears Ears: The Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition

Stretching over nearly two million acres, the Bears Ears region in Utah is abundant with wildlife including elk, bighorn sheep, black bear, lynx and more than 25 species of birds. …

Earth Day Celebration: From Grass to Garden

When Mrs. Cardona‚Äôs fourth and fifth grade classes at Royal Palm Elementary School in Florida celebrated Earth Day last month, they decided to create a lasting gift to the school …

5 Unusual Species Found In and Around the Everglades

The Everglades once covered much of Florida from Orlando to Miami, but only about half of this unique subtropical wetland system remains today. Despite the losses, the Everglades is still …

A Naturalist’s Reflection on the Legacy of Legendary Conservationist Jim Fowler

Jim Fowler, beloved naturalist, conservationist and media personality, has passed away at the age of 89. Jim devoted his life to educating the public about wildlife and promoting conservation through …

Rising Against Pollution: 5 Million College Students and Staff Join…

Restoring the Gulf by Protecting the Coast

4 Ways Congress Can Create Fire-Resilient Communities

U.N. Report Highlights Wildlife Crisis at Home

  |   May 7, 2019

The United Nations just released a frightening new report about rapidly declining wildlife and plant populations around the world, and everyone is talking about it. Here’s how the New York …

A Toxic Proposal for Alaska’s Brown Bears

  |   May 5, 2019

This summer, brown bears will converge on the pristine rivers, streams, and wetlands of Bristol Bay, Alaska to feed on sockeye salmon in preparation for a long winter of hibernation. …

Baltimore Wildlife Week: 7 Wildlife Fun Facts

  |   May 5, 2019

From orioles to blue crabs, Baltimore is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife. With Baltimore Wildlife Week just around the corner, here are some fun facts about species you …

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