by Sam P.K. Collins Oct 3, 2015
Too often, the government places the priority on relationships with lawmakers rather than on how to further the best science.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 27, 2015
New restrictions on ivory trade in the United States make selling the material across state lines largely illegal.
by Ari Phillips Aug 13, 2014
While wolverines may currently be caught up in a partisan bureaucratic hubbub, the real long-term threat is that from human activities -- especially those that cause greenhouse gas emissions.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 18, 2014
They're allowing companies to apply for permits to fire off a "seismic cannon" -- 100,000 times louder than a jet engine -- off the Atlantic coast between Delaware and Florida.
by Ari Phillips Nov 27, 2013
While turkeys may grab all the headlines this time of year, wild hogs are devouring just about everything else.
by Christopher Butterfield Nov 6, 2013
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife agency will destroy the ivory it has stockpiled since the 1980s in a message to poachers that the illegal products have no value.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Oct 4, 2013
Many of the nation’s best places to hunt and fish are closed, including the 329 national wildlife refuges where hunting is permitted and the 271 refuges that are open to fishing.
by Katie Valentine Mar 31, 2013
by Brad Johnson Aug 4, 2011
by Brad Johnson Jul 19, 2011