If we are going to survive then we need to dissuade ourselves of this notion of separateness.
Articles tagged "ecology"
It's frustrating when popular sentiment, as it always does, affects management decisions.
Anthrax outbreaks can be extremely costly for conservationists and wildlife managers.
Unfortunately for C. speratus, curling into a ball isn't going to protect it from its most existential threat.
Sumatran rhinos are in rough shape, and they're going to need a lot of help to survive and thrive.
A new tiger reserve declared by the Indian government will help connect two previously isolated reserves into one large one.
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The country is joining the increasing ranks of high-tech fisheries to use tracking systems to help ensure its fish stocks are sustainably harvested.
That's incredibly impressive for Wisdom, who the USGS says is the oldest known bird in the wild.
Mangrove forests are some of the most crucial ecosystems on Earth.
The last survey of such complete proportions came way back in the 70s.
The Greater Mekong region, which includes parts of Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, is a hotspot for new discoveries.
As people move into Amazonian cities, their old ranches are catching fire.
With hunters already showing signs of wolf frenzy, it's necessary to tell everybody to cool off.
Young people don't want to eat whales anymore.
The world's largest reef has farmers to blame for its decline.
In New York and New England, we'll see the loss of historically-massive populations of oysters.
Rather than compete on the same level with fish sharing the habitat, the archer fish has evolved a strategy and means of sniping prey from just below the water line.
As of today, wolves are once again fair game in Wyoming.
Sexual dimorphism -- differences in appearance between males and females -- tends to be very visible in birds. Think of a rooster and a hen, or a peacock and a peahen: Females that spend a lot of time nesting need good camouflage, while males have a
For the first time in four decades, wolves are fair game for hunters, which has sparked a controversy that challenges the very intent of landmark environmental laws like the ESA.
Public parks don't tend to be cash cows, not unless they get "advertising":http://reason.com/blog/2012/05/11/has-gov-rick-scott-ruined-floridas-parks or become, well, private. But the park that sits on top of the old Fresh Kills Landfill on Staten Is…
Anyone who paid attention to LL Cool J circa 1989 knows that a little bling (and possibly a dookie chain-wearing panther) helps one impress the ladies. It's a fairly simple facet of sexual behavior throughout the animal kingdom: flash a little cash,