Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Tag: endangered species

Study confirms extinction risk of reptiles could have ‘devastating’ effect on...

A study conducted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species warned that the extinction...

US Fish and Wildlife schedule dates to decide endangered species protections...

"We’re in an extinction crisis, and scientists are warning of the impending loss of more than a million species. We need a Fish and Wildlife Service that does its job and acts with urgency.”

Endangered red wolf pups born in wild for first time in...

“This new litter is the first wild-born litter of red wolves since 2018."

Six ways to talk about extinction

It's become more important than ever to talk about the crisis.

20 endangered species at risk in Ukraine

Vladimir Putin’s invading forces could also damage the Ukrainian landscape, home to dozens of unique and endangered species.

7 exciting ways researchers study elusive and endangered wildlife

New and developing technologies are helping to push conservation efforts at a critical time.

China’s governmental policies have helped save the nearly extinct Amur tigers

“There is still a long way to go to build a viable future for tigers in northeast China, but the situation looks good.”

China announces giant pandas no longer endangered because of conservation efforts

Conservation efforts successfully increased the "iconic animals' population" where no they are considered "vulnerable."

Death of 18 endangered elephants in India under investigation

"Poisoning could be behind the death of the elephants."

‘One of the most remarkable conservation success stories of all time:’...

“The recovery of the bald eagle is one of the most well-known conservation success stories of all time."

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