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How to help birds avoid crashing into your windows
It's important that we help birds migrate safely.
Why Point Reyes’ new land management plan is so controversial
The elk population is in constant tension with the local ranchers who profit off the land.
This CRISPR startup thinks that mammoths can save the Arctic. Is it right?
A new company co-founded by gene-editing pioneer George Church wants to disrupt climate change and conservation by resurrecting the woolly mammoth.
African rainforests are stronger carbon sinks than the Amazon
Per hectare, African rainforests suck up more carbon than the Amazon.
How Scotland forged a rare alliance between amateur treasure hunters and archaeologists
Inside the Peebles Hoard, a massive find spurred by an unlikely collaboration.
Your Flickr photos could help scientists keep tabs on wildlife
A new method of “passive citizen science” is seeking to discover plants and animals that you may not have known were in your photos.
This hardy deer species is being pushed to its limits by the megadrought out West
Mule deer can bounce back quickly after a dry season. But a string of rough conditions can even test even their resilience.
Shark Week may be hurting, not helping, its namesake creature
More focus on conservation, and less on gore, is necessary to truly help shark species.
Can I have a pet fox?
A look into the messy world of fox breeding and exotic pets.
Follow Freya, the great white shark, as she beach hops along the Atlantic
Her fate is linked to the health of marine fish populations.