Mexican Wolf Numbers Growing in U.S. for 8th Consecutive Year, Soon to Be Howling at a Reserve Near You

The annual survey conducted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service revealed promising results for the wild population of Mexican wolves in 2023. With a minimum count of 257 wolves across Arizona and New Mexico, this marks the eighth consecutive year of population growth, showcasing the ...

How Singapore Became an Unexpected Stronghold for a Critically Endangered Bird

Amidst the concrete jungle of Singapore, an unexpected tale of conservation success unfolds, centered around the plight of the critically endangered straw-headed bulbul. Targeted by poachers for its melodious song, this species faced the brink of extinction in its native habitats ...

Yurok Becomes First Tribe to Co-Manage Land With National Park Service

The historic memorandum signed on March 19, 2024, marks a significant milestone as the Yurok Tribe becomes the first tribe to co-manage land with the National Park Service in northern California. This momentous agreement, which transfers a vital 125-acre parcel known as ‘O Rew back ...

Abandoned Golf Courses Are Being Reclaimed by Nature Thanks to Conservation Groups

As the environmental impacts of golf courses become increasingly apparent, conservation groups have stepped in to reclaim abandoned courses, turning them back into natural habitats. With approximately 15,500 golf courses scattered across the United States, the toll on the environment ...

Full Recovery for Coral Reef Within 4 Years – The Speed of Restoration They Saw was ‘Incredible’

In a groundbreaking revelation, researchers investigating coral restoration efforts in Indonesia have uncovered a remarkable phenomenon: artificially restored coral reefs can achieve full recovery within a mere four years, rivaling the growth rates of naturally occurring reefs. This ...

The Bellagio on Las Vegas Strip Turns off Its Famed Fountain Show After a Rare Bird Lands in the Water

The iconic fountain show at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip had an unexpected interruption on March 5 when a yellow-billed loon, a rare bird not commonly found on the U.S. mainland, landed in the water. The hotel staff took to Twitter to share the unique occurrence, ...

American Marten May Be Set for Return to Pennsylvania Forests After 100 Year Absence

After a century-long absence, the American marten may be on the brink of a comeback in Pennsylvania, thanks to an ambitious reintroduction plan led by the state’s Bureau of Wildlife Management. The tree-dwelling marten, a distant relative of the mink, was extirpated from Pennsylvania ...

First Known Photos of ‘Lost Bird’ Not Seen in 2 Decades Are Captured by University of Texas Scientists

In a groundbreaking achievement, scientists from the University of Texas at El Paso have unveiled the first known photographs of the elusive Yellow-crested Helmetshrike, a bird species that had been classified as ‘lost’ for nearly two decades by the American Bird Conservancy. ...

21 Black Rhinos Successfully Moved to New Kenya Home With Space to Breed–Hailing Return of Species After 50 Years

The successful transfer of 21 eastern black rhinos to the Loisaba Conservancy in Kenya marks a significant triumph in conservation efforts to revive a species that was on the brink of extinction. In an 18-day operation led by highly skilled capture and veterinary experts, the rhinos ...
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