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By Christina Larson, Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland says her agency will work to restore more large bison herds to Native American lands.
By Matthew Brown, Associated Press
New research from University of Nevada scientists found that supplementing the chickadees' natural food sources with food provided in feeders or by hand did not negatively impact them, as long as proper food is used and certain rules are followed.
By Scott Sonner, Associated Press
Using light and ultrasound imaging technology, researchers have discovered how some frogs found in South and Central America have the rare ability to turn on and off their nearly transparent appearance.
By Christina Larson, Associated Press
Negotiators at a United Nations biodiversity conference Saturday have still not resolved most of the key issues around protecting the world's nature by 2030 and providing tens of billions of dollars to developing countries to fund those efforts.
By Michael Casey, Associated Press
By Vanessa Hull, The Conversation
As the world parses what was achieved at the U.N. climate change conference in Egypt, negotiators are convening in Montreal to set goals for curbing Earth’s other crisis: loss of living species. China will lead the deliberations in and will…
A tiny Nevada toad at the center of a legal battle over a geothermal power project has officially been declared an endangered species, after U.S. wildlife officials temporarily listed it on a rarely used emergency basis last spring.
By Kathia Martínez, Associated Press
An international wildlife conference moved to enact some of the most significant protection for shark species targeted in the fin trade and scores of turtles, lizards and frogs whose numbers are being decimated by the pet trade.
By Aniruddha Ghosal, Sibi Arasu, Associated Press
Eight big cats from Namibia made the long trek Saturday in a chartered cargo flight to the northern Indian city of Gwalior, part of an ambitious and hotly contested plan to reintroduce cheetahs to the South Asian country.
By Wanjohi Kabukuru, Associated Press
Africa's migratory birds are threatened by changing weather patterns in the center and east of the continent that have depleted natural water systems and caused a devastating drought.
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