In one project in British Columbia's Rocky Mountains, expanding caribou populations and habitats starts with protecting mothers and their calves.
Coyotes have a bad reputation that's entirely undeserved. Here's what really motivates them – and how we can co-exist in peace.
How do we know that protected areas are really helping wildife thrive? An analysis of data from more than 8,600 camera traps has the answer.
To help its iconic mountain lions and other wildlife navigate the city, Los Angeles is breaking new ground.
A new book tracks scientific research and restoration efforts around the world that are focused on saving this critical ocean ecosystem.
Team members are used to protecting the land – but that has taken on new meaning. The supplies they need now include telescopes and night-vision visors to watch for troops.
More than 600,000 miles of fences crisscross the American West, blocking animal migration. Outside Yellowstone last summer, volunteers dismantled a few.