A Bulgarian vulture's odyssey into Yemeni war zone

Nelson was in a tight corner, tied up and imprisoned by men who believed he was a spy. It didn't look good.


18 April 2019

Poaching interrupts study of migratory birds in Kashmir

Around half a million birds visit the Ramsar site, Hokersar Wetland and other wetlands in Kashmir. But many of these birds are victims to hunting.

16 April 2019

Snow leopards thrive in Sanjiangyuan area thanks to gov't efforts to protect wild animals

Photo taken on Oct. 22, 2017 shows a snow leopard with its cub at Three-river-source National Park in northwest China's Qinghai Province

11 April 2019

Poisoned cattle carcass kills 37 vultures

Equal number rescued by forest officials and wildlife activisits in eastern Assam

30 March 2019

Breaking! World’s Largest Seizure Of More Than 9 Tons Of Ivory, From Over 1,000 Elephants, Recovered In Da Nang, Vietnam

Vietnamese customs has seized over nine tons of ivory in a container shipment from the Republic of Congo, thought to be the largest ivory seizure ever made.

28 March 2019

Surferin sammelt Abfall auf ihrem Board

Rebecca Gilmore wollte im Urlaubsparadies Bali eine Runde Wellenreiten gehen. Als sie merkte, in was sie da paddelte, wurde eine Müllsammelaktion draus.

27 March 2019

'A double-edged sword': Mumbai pollution 'perfect' for flamingos

The flamingo population of India’s largest city has tripled. Is it thanks to sewage boosting the blue-green algae they feed on?

26 March 2019