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Elephant Loss Could Change Landscape Forever
The disappearance of elephants and other large land animals could have a devastating and permanent effect on plants and animals they live with, say researchers. When they analyzed large animal, ...
October 29, 2015
Quiet Winter Riversides May Still Be Full of Birds
In the summer, the air around California’s Central Valley rivers and streams is lively with birds flapping and ...
September 29, 2015
Six Ways Ancient Maya Still Alter the Environment
Activities of the Maya 2,000 years ago in Central America contributed to the decline of their environment.
September 6, 2015
Surveys Put a Price Tag on Urban Birds
Rather than asking people about the economic value of charismatic or endangered species, a new study asks city-dwellers ...
April 11, 2015
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Big Cats Could Make a Comeback in American Southwest
Big cats once thrived in the American Southwest and are now extremely scarce, but various protection efforts are ...
January 23, 2013
Boaters Asked to Help Keep Invasive Mussels Out of B.C.
BC boaters are being urged to properly clean their boats to keep out two highly invasive mussel species.
July 2, 2012
Shrinking Sea Ice Stresses Emperor Penguins
The Emperor Penguin may eventually vanish along with the sea ice in Antarctica if temperatures keep rising at ...
June 20, 2012
A Few Giants Dominate Yosemite’s Biomass
At Yosemite National Park in California, a small population of huge trees—constituting just one percent of all trees ...
May 11, 2012
Indigenous People Farmed the Amazon Without Fire
Indigenous people living in the savannas around the Amazonian forest 800 years ago farmed their land sustainably and ...
April 12, 2012
Swimming Salmon Benefit Grizzlies and Fisheries
Wild salmon are valued as a sustainable seafood option for humans, but can we consider how much salmon ...
April 10, 2012
Bald Eagles Starving After Poor Salmon Run
British Columbia and Alaskan bald eagles have been reduced to scavenging and stealing food to survive this winter. ...
February 28, 2011
Leaves of Change Inspire Photographers
The Giving Trees photo exhibit supports the Magnum Foundation and tree planting actions.
January 2, 2011
Britain’s Prince Andrew Halts Public Duties Over Sex Scandal
104 Arrested in Undercover Florida Trafficking Operation
Ukraine Deepens Probe Against Burisma Founder to Embezzlement of State Funds
Reagan’s Epochal Battle Against Communism Offers Lessons
Trump Latest Judicial Confirmation Flips 11th Circuit Court to GOP-Appointed Majority
Witnesses Confirm Reports by Journalist Frequently Cited in Impeachment Probe
Every Impeachment Witness Has Said Yes to Possible Hunter Biden Conflict of Interest: Stefanik