October, 2019

A Scary Ingredient in your Halloween Candy is Destroying Rainforests and Harming Wildlife

This Halloween, we should consider swapping the ordinary images of graveyards, ghosts and witches with that of burnt forests, skeletal trees and dying wildlife – because the scariest part of …

Save the Swamp: But, Beware the “Rougarou”

Walking through a Louisiana swamp at night, the moon is full and the fog hangs low on the surface of an old bayou. All around, there is the movement of …

Educating a Future Generation of Stewards

To succeed as global citizens and future stewards of our planet, children and young adults should be well-versed in the underlying principles of nature and wildlife. Through educational partnerships focused …

Tundra swans

Swan Song: 5 fun facts about these majestic creatures

With tales like the Ugly Duckling, the Trumpet of the Swan, or even the movie Black Swan, many of us grow up hearing stories of swans representing a character that …

Bats are in deep trouble. Decimated by disease and habitat loss, they need us to come to the rescue! Photo: Russell Hunsaker.

‘Trick or Treat’ for Bats

green sea turtle

Seven Ways to Save Seven Species from Climate Change

a yellowtail snapper

Southeast Sportfish: Why I Care About What They Eat

New Rule Takes Aim at State and Tribal Rights to Protect Clean Water

The Trump Administration is currently trying to dramatically reduce the streams, wetlands, and other waters protected from pollution and destruction under the Clean Water Act. At the same time, they’re …

An elk in the Rocky Mountains.

From Sacred Majesty to Sound Management

Whether it’s seeing Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep scale steep cliffs in the Carson National Forest or watching a golden eagle soar high above the Santa Fe National Forest, such sacred …

A California condor takes flight over Pinnacles National Park. Wildlife like the condor need the Recovering America's Wildlife Act to thrive.

Reintroducing Wildlife: 5 Species for Hope

A tiny Karner blue butterfly sips from a lupine flower in New Hampshire, while far away a California condor soars over Big Sur. Meanwhile, a Texas horned lizard snags its …

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