When a radio-collared caribou went missing from a study population in Canada last December, researchers assumed it had died or been killed. Then when it showed up again just days after Christmas, new theories of just where the caribou had been started circulating.
If you find yourself with a little extra time over the next couple weeks, get caught up with the latest news in science and nature...
If the cold weather and dark skies of the season are starting to get you down, take a cue from our NATURE contributor Susan Brackney and try these tips for owl spotting - a perfect winter past time to help get you through the bleakest time of year.
In conjunction with our new short film Living With Snow Leopards, Charu Mishra & Matt Fiechter of the Snow Leopard Trust provide further insights on how they are tackling the issue of conservation by approaching it from a different angle that is proving to be far more effective and sustainable.
Bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) can catch a bacteria, Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae, from domestic sheep that causes pneumonia in the wild sheep and, often, death. Researchers noted a correlation between the introduction of domestic sheep and the rapid disappearance of bighorn sheep as early as 1928 and pneumonia remains a significant problem for the wild species today.
Earlier this week, we released a short film on the work being done by the Woodland Park Zoo’s Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program (TKCP) to conserve the cloud forest of Papua New Guinea and the elusive tree kangaroos that inhabit it. Take a deeper dive into the project in this first-hand account with Woodland Park Zoo […]
The year seems to have flown by, but we’re heading out of 2018 on a high note! This month, we’re releasing a series of short films and 360-degree experiences all around issues of conservation for three incredibly important animals. These shorts will be online only and a new film will be released each Monday in […]
If you think sharing your junk food with begging birds doesn't affect biodiversity this study may make you think again (and keep your fries to yourself.)