A new study adds to research showing concrete links between Indigenous rights to land and sustainable conservation.
These temperature rises can also lead to local extinction of the native species living in those regions.
Despite the fact that insects make up most of the species on Earth, and much of the planet's biomass, they are significantly understudied compared to mammals, birds, fish, and much else.
Koalas were recently given the distinction in Australia as their numbers have dropped to around 80,000. What's the future hold for these small herbivores?
A new U.N. report finds one million species face extinction. The Department of the Interior and the Fish and Wildlife Service are adding to the problem.
New documents show how quotas to delist or downlist endangered species may be influencing conservation decisions.
Climate change protests around the world are stopping traffic and leading to widespread arrests.
FEMA calls Trump's bluff, a study shows gay dads are excellent parents, and giant creatures are alive and well.
Proposed changes to the landmark legislation would limit protections for the thousands of endangered plants and animals covered under the law.
A collection of some of our most important and timely stories, from a new cover story on efforts to reintroduce the grizzly to California to a FOIA-based investigation into the Department of the Interior's current priorities.
Teams of researchers are trying to uncover the cause of death for 31 Verraux's sifakas Lemurs—which could spell the end for the critically endangered species.
With no more than 800 individuals left in a fragile habitat, the Tapanuli orangutan could face extinction not long after we became aware of its existence.
A new study finds populations of several frog species in Panama appear to be gaining resistance to a deadly pathogen that can lead to extinction.
New research suggests that the mass extinction event that occurred 66 million years ago spurred something of an explosion of new frog species.