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  • Eggstraction

    Eggstraction

    A California condor chick hatches in Pinnacles National Monument, the first one born there in a century.

  • The marten chronicles

    The marten chronicles

    Biologists trying to photograph wolverines see martens as a nuisance, but martens are actually pretty cool creatures themselves.

  • Sniffin’ out scat for conservation

    Wicket – a wildly energetic dog discovered in an animal shelter – serves scientists by looking for grizzly poop in the Montana wilds.

  • Keeper of the wildlife

    Biologist Les Bighorn, a Dakota Sioux, works to restore the swift fox to its native landscape on the Fort Peck Sioux and Assiniboine Reservation.

  • Toads on high: tracking and photographing boreal toads

    Toads on high: tracking and photographing boreal toads

    Biologists trek high into the Colorado Rockies in search of the rare amphibian.

  • A life in the wild

    A life in the wild

    Carter Niemeyer's memoir Wolfer is the entertaining story of a government trapper who loves wildlife - especially serious predators like wolves.

  • One Way to Save the Wolf? Hunt It.

    One Way to Save the Wolf? Hunt It.

    Montana wildlife managers say the state's first wolf hunt has been a success -- for both the hunters and their prey.

  • Pacific chorus frogs make urban comeback


    Pacific chorus frogs make urban comeback


    Pacific chorus frogs are making an unexpected resurgence in San Francisco, with a little help from human friends.

  • Helping Hummingbirds with Citizen Science

    Helping Hummingbirds with Citizen Science

    The dedicated volunteers of the Hummingbird Monitoring Network gather field data to help conserve the birds they love.

  • The forgotten North Cascades grizzly bear

    The forgotten North Cascades grizzly bear

    As grizzly bear populations in the Rockies rebound, the great bruins face extirpation in the North Cascades. Can they hang on until the feds fund recovery?

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