Wildlife conservation biologist Jenn Logan has a soft spot
for the less-glamorous endangered species like razorback suckers
and boreal toads
by Scott Gates,
Jun 12, 2006
Carter Niemeyer's memoir Wolfer is the entertaining story of a government trapper who loves wildlife - especially serious predators like wolves.
by Hal Herring,
Aug 21, 2011
In The Back Road to Crazy, Jennifer
Bove gathers the true-life adventure stories of 25 wildlife
by Hilary Watts,
Aug 08, 2005
In California's White Mountains, scientists ponder the fate of beardtongues, bristlecone pines and butterflies in a rapidly warming world.
by J. Madeleine Nash,
Oct 04, 2010
A California condor chick hatches in Pinnacles National Monument, the first one born there in a century.
by Rachel Waldholz,
May 09, 2010
A 22-year-old Canadian man, whose partially eaten body was
found in the woods of northern Saskatchewan, may represent the
first documented instance of a human being killed by healthy wolves
in North America
by Sarah Gilman,
Feb 06, 2006
The dedicated volunteers of the Hummingbird Monitoring Network gather field data to help conserve the birds they love.
by Jean Palumbo ,
Sep 12, 2011
Biologist Les Bighorn, a Dakota Sioux, works to restore
the swift fox to its native landscape on the Fort Peck Sioux and
by Cathy Moser,
Apr 28, 2008
In The Wolverine Way, Douglas Chadwick examines an elusive carnivore and the scientists who study it.
by Brian Park,
Aug 29, 2010
The Oregon state Department of Fish and Wildlife wants to
cut mountain lion numbers by as much as 40 percent over the next
by Brett Wilkison,
May 29, 2006