The two pardoned turkeys, Peas and Carrots, will spend the rest of their lives at a farm after the annual Thanksgiving presidential tradition.
Concerned citizens, scientists, and conservation groups have joined forces to protect what stopover spots remain for birds migrating from South America to the Arctic.
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Conservationists can never perfectly manage an ecosystem, but this is a problem that's creating an obvious ecological imbalance and should—and can—be addressed.
Vigilantes who hunt down feral cats run up against animal-cruelty laws and social norms; one Texas veterinarian sparked outrage after she bragged on Facebook about killing what she thought was a feral tomcat with a bow and arrow.
Thanks to falconers, endangered peregrines are flourishing in the Midwest.
Only if governments take the opportunity to set aside larger swaths of undisturbed forests, of course.
Carbon-dated Macaws suggest a Chaco Canyon social elite existed as early as 900 C.E., challenging the narrative of one of archaeology's great case studies.
Over 100 years ago, Eugene Schieffelin set out to introduce every bird mentioned in Shakespeare's plays to America. Today, one of those birds is causing irreparable crop damage.
As global warming melts ice and ushers in a wave of commercial activity in the Arctic, scientists are thinking about how to protect environments of the future.