by Katie Valentine Oct 25, 2015
The Endangered Species Act has had some major successes, but it could be more effective at keeping populations healthy enough that species don't end up listed as "endangered."
by Ari Phillips Feb 12, 2015
The lone wolf had ventured at least 750 miles into the new territory before a hunter mistook her for a coyote.
by Joanna M. Foster Jul 10, 2014
Over 685 miles of nesting beach and more than 300,000 square miles of ocean were officially protected on Wednesday, in the largest critical habitat designation in U.S. history.
by Emily Atkin May 16, 2014
On national Endangered Species Day, here are animals that have been threatened by our emissions of greenhouse gases.
by Ari Phillips Dec 28, 2013
Richard Nixon signed the Endangered Species Act during a brief period of strong environmental regulation. 40 years later the law remains controversial as threats like climate change make it harder for those it's meant to protect.
by Emily Atkin Nov 5, 2013
Uncertainty surrounding the effects of climate change just helped the world’s largest sea lion become the first animal to be taken off the U.S. endangered species list in nearly two decades.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Apr 2, 2012
by Tanya Somanader Dec 14, 2011
by Brad Johnson Oct 17, 2011
by Brad Johnson Jul 28, 2011