Convención sobre la conservación de las especies migratorias de animales silvestres
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
One of the world's last four remaining northern white rhinos has died in a zoo in the United States.
Piping plovers, a federally threatened species of shorebirds, are likely losing wetland breeding habitat in the Great Plains as a result of wetland drainage, climate change or both.
When the marine invasion started, the U.S. was taken by surprise -- and overrun.
The United States and Cuba are set to reach their first accord on environmental protection since announcing plans to re-establish diplomatic relations, linking up marine sanctuaries in both countri
Collisions with glass windows kill hundreds of millions of birds each year in the United States, but thanks to American Bird Conservancy's new Bird-Smart Glass Program, a list of 18 tested, proven
A new San Francisco startup is hoping to combat the trade in shark fins with biotechnology.
Phenological mismatches, or a mistiming between creatures and the prey and plants they eat, is one of the biggest known impacts of climate change on ecological systems.
The all-action movie star and former California senator Arnold Schwarzenegger has lent his weight to a campaign against ivory poaching by blowing up an elephant tusk on camera.