Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
Ein eigentümlicher Pilz rafft in Nordamerika Millionen Fledermäuse dahin. In Europa überleben die Tiere das gefürchtete Weißnasen-Syndrom dagegen. Warum? Forscher haben nun eine Antwort.
"We’re making significant progress in reversing the population decline of the species," said Eileen Sobeck, assistant NOAA administrator.
Diving off Guadalupe Island was a biologist’s paradise for shark specialist Lauren Smith. The best bit? Seeing the drama of a great white shark defecatin.
Whales, sea otters and fish have also experienced abnormally high mortality rates over the last several months.
US government move to downgrade the conservation status of manatees and green sea turtles is premature, group says, despite signs species are recovering
Affluent Chinese are putting two Mexican species at risk due to demand for dried swim bladders. But will this year’s CITES meeting on the wildlife trade force a crackdown?
Decline of Monarch population wintering in Mexico now marks a statistical long-term trend, experts say.
The world's oldest tracked bird, a 64-year-old albatross named Wisdom, is back on American soil and she
The world’s oldest living tracked bird has returned to US soil to lay an egg at the sprightly age of 64.
Melting sea ice threatens the food security of people livin