Every year, vehicles on Brazil’s ever-expending road network hit over 400 million Brazilian animals, causing series declines in some species — and Brazil isn’t the only country expanding its infrastructure.
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.
Can the Jaguars’ Unique Biology Help It Survive On Our Over-Populated Planet?
By avoiding confrontations with humans, and using water and edge-lands, jaguars might be ideally suited to surviving the modern world.
An Oregon Wolf, Profiled
A fateful encounter between Oregon’s mightiest wolf and the scientist who would track him for the next six years.
A Very Old Man for a Wolf
The story of Oregon’s first alpha-male wolf in generations — and of the man who tried to save him, until he couldn’t.
How the Congo Is Working to Protect Both Its Coastline and Its People
A small group of park rangers help protect Congo’s wetlands from poachers and smugglers.
Battling the Odds Against Wolf Reintroduction
Following endangered Mexican gray wolves from their captive birth to their release in New Mexico.