A population recovery came as a total surprise, even to the researchers studying the beasts.
Salmon of the Nushagak River shift their habitat year-to-year—and that has important implications for how we protect these fish.
It's also a warning for the many other isolated populations of big cats across the state
And this time hunting and clear-cutting aren’t to blame.
Turns out it’s kind of a lot
Once it's gone, it's gone
Warming temperatures are making the animals’ mountain homes inhospitable
Butterflies in the sky
Desert dwelling birds will likely have more habitat. Birds that prefer cold weather? Not so much
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