Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
New report paints a bleak picture for wildlife in a country that is home to a quarter of the Earth’s wetlands, 8,500 rivers and more than 2m lakes
Die Bestände des westlichen Monarchfalters sind dramatisch geschrumpft, in wenigen Jahrzehnten könnte es mit ihm vorbei sein.
A new research finds that the number of monarch butterflies in North America has significantly dwindled in the last three decades. Are these butterflies in danger of extinction?
At least 12 whales have died since April — or about 2 per cent of the population — nearly all of them in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Reese Lukei recently not only came upon a young osprey stranded on its nest with a broken wing but found that its sibling had refrained from migrating south to stay home and feed its injured sister
Private landowners could play an important part in conserving land for species at risk with some tax changes, suggests a new paper.
Researchers are racing for answers after at least 10 deaths of north Atlantic right whales, marking the deadliest year since tracking began
10m (£7.6m) worth of ivory has been crushed in Central Park, New York.
The hawk, which is usually prey for eagles, is in excellent health after being taken in, and now ‘thinks he’s a bald eagle’, according to one expert
BirdLife Partners in the United States, Bahamas, Belize and Paraguay are clubbing together to promote ecotourism in places where poverty overlaps with Important Bird & Biodiversity Areas (IBAs)