South & Central America & The Caribbean

10 million acres added to Chile’s national park system

The announcement marked the culmination of a plan agreed to in March 2017 by President Bachelet and Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, President and CEO of Tompkins Conservation, to create a network of fi

30 January 2018

How drones are being used to protect the Amazon's dolphins

Drone footage is building up the missing data on dolphin populations that is crucial to ensuring their protection and long-term survival

26 January 2018

Argentina investiga la matanza de 34 cóndores

Las autoridades sospechan que fueron envenenadas por ganaderos que querían exterminar a pumas y zorros que se acercaran a sus rebaños

24 January 2018

Hallaron un puma y 34 cóndores muertos en Mendoza

Fueron encontrados en Los Molles, Malargüe. Creen que fueron envenenados. También hay animales de corral muertos.

22 January 2018

'I have a lot of enemies': the Honduran marine park rangers facing death threats

The tropical island of Roatán is a gold mine for tourism and fishermen but those protecting the reef want tougher laws to turn the area into a no-take zone

27 December 2017

Where Do Songbirds Go to Die?

After revolutionizing bird-migration science over the past decade, geolocation technology is poised to shine light on the field’s darkest mystery.

17 November 2017

Hunderte tote Schildkröten im Pazifik

Vor der Küste von El Salvador sind rund 400 tote Schildkröten entdeckt worden. Forscher gehen dem mysteriösen Massensterben auf den Grund.

03 November 2017