Under the Weather
Emerging diseases pose a growing threat to wildlife worldwide.
Eyes in the Sky
Like miniature satellites amassing data, drones are forging a new...
Saving Stranded Sea Turtles
Tricked by geography and stunned by cold, sea turtles stranded on...
President’s View: Facing the Threat of Wildlife Disease
A grassroots effort to tackle the unprecedented challenge of emer...
La Visión Del Presidente
Enfrentando la Amenaza de las Enfermedades de la Vida Silvestre
Working for Wildlife
Celebrating 2018 conservation successes, encouraging the next gen...
Catching a Ride
A surprising range of species hitch rides on—or inside—other crea...
The Secret Lives of Ice Algae
As polar sea ice vanishes, scientists study how ice algae nourish...
News of the Wild
Hibernating rodents, sunflowers benefit bees and a hawk’s unparal...
Keeping Backyard Birds Safe
Feeders can help birds survive the winter but also spread disease...
Nature’s Witness: Into the Wild
Russia’s iconic Kamchatka brown bears on the hunt
Shared Moment: Survival Strategy
Photographer Diana Rebman captures a midair moment
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More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. We're on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.