Saving Wild Places
The Ethiopian wolf cannot outwit humans or domestic dogs—rabies almost wiped out the population in 2008.
An onlooker is surprised by how cooperative African wild dogs are after a fresh kill.
Eco-spies explore the global loss of wildlife by infiltrating the world’s most dangerous black markets.
The state of Oregon de-lists Gray Wolves from the Endangered Species Act.
Photographer Jesse Burke's new book captures his daughter's delight in the natural world.
The threatened Sierra-Nevada fisher population is dying from rat poison—a toxin used by illicit marijuana growers in California forests.
The 24-year-long controversy over plans to construct a ski resort in British Columbia’s Jumbo Valley is hitting the big screen.