“You could actually restore a species to be even more diverse and healthier than it was before, Church says. “You can include diversity from multiple points in the globe and multiple points in time.””
The Zoo That Divided a Town
Exotic critters have gnawed the frail threads that once bound a small Ontario community.
A Beautiful, Rugged Place: Erosion of the Body
The life-long writer, teacher, and activist believed she could save a piece of land or a species, but after her brother took his life, she questioned her optimism and how to grieve for him and the planet.
Research and Rescue: Saving Species from Ourselves
We’re developing high-tech genetic tools to pour new life into animals lost to human destruction. Deciding how — and whether — to use that power is as complex as the science behind it.
This Heist’s for the Birds
“I always say, If there is a $50,000 bill flying around, someone is going to try to catch it.”
Our Planet Still Has Secrets: Talking Tasmanian Tigers with Journalist Brooke Jarvis
Investigating the people who search for the extinct Tasmanian Tiger.
Battling the Odds Against Wolf Reintroduction
Following endangered Mexican gray wolves from their captive birth to their release in New Mexico.
The Pitfalls and Promise of the Horseshoe Crab, Unlikely Biomedical Hero
Pharmaceutical companies catch half a million horseshoe crabs a year to drain their blood for medical use. But is this practice sustainable?
Want To See a Polar Bear? Just Follow the Bones
In one Alaskan town, the bone pile is a bounty for hungry polar bears and enterprising tour guides.
The Bounty of the Bone Pile
Butchered whales lure polar bears and tourists to a coastal Alaskan town. So far, so good. Sort of.