Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered
Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered
Back from the brink of near-extinction, the Kirtland’s warbler population has grown and expanded its range.
Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered
Image of the Day: No Longer Endangered

Back from the brink of near-extinction, the Kirtland’s warbler population has grown and expanded its range.

Back from the brink of near-extinction, the Kirtland’s warbler population has grown and expanded its range.

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Saving the Hellbender, a Giant Salamander Under Threat
Saving the Hellbender, a Giant Salamander Under Threat
Mary Bates | Sep 1, 2019
Populations of the two-foot-long amphibians are declining across North America. Scientists are struggling to find out why, before it’s too late.
Florida Wild Cats Struggle to Walk Due to Unknown Disorder
Florida Wild Cats Struggle to Walk Due to Unknown Disorder
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 28, 2019
Both bobcats and the state’s namesake panther, an endangered species, have been spotted with signs of the condition.
Image of the Day: Last Loa Water Frogs
Image of the Day: Last Loa Water Frogs
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 27, 2019
Scientists hope to breed the species in captivity because their habitat has nearly disappeared.
Trump Administration Weakens Endangered Species Protections
Trump Administration Weakens Endangered Species Protections
Ashley Yeager | Aug 13, 2019
Enforcement of the Endangered Species Act will be altered, easing protections for the most critically threatened plants and animals.
Image of the Day: Death Traps
Image of the Day: Death Traps
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 18, 2019
Sharks and rays can get entangled in abandoned fishing gear, leading to injuries or death.
EPA Cancels Registrations for 12 Neonicotinoid Pesticides
EPA Cancels Registrations for 12 Neonicotinoid Pesticides
Chia-Yi Hou | May 31, 2019
The companies that market the products, Syngenta, Valent, and Bayer, are allowed to sell existing stock of the chemicals until 2020.
European Eels Strew Their Eggs Across 2,000 Km of Ocean
European Eels Strew Their Eggs Across 2,000 Km of Ocean
Shawna Williams | Apr 23, 2019
The fish continue to spawn over a large area despite a drop in their numbers, a study finds.
Wolves Could Lose Protected Status in Lower 48 States
Wolves Could Lose Protected Status in Lower 48 States
Kerry Grens | Mar 7, 2019
The US Department of the Interior determined that the population has rebounded enough to no longer need Endangered Species Act protection; conservation biologists disagree.
Seven North Atlantic Right Whale Calves Spotted So Far This Year
Seven North Atlantic Right Whale Calves Spotted So Far This Year
Ashley Yeager | Mar 5, 2019
The number of new babies is up from zero born last year, but scientists say the birth rate is still too low to sustain the population of endangered whales.