PopulationConservation, overpopulation and extinct and endangered species
Where miners used to dig, an endangered bat now flourishes, highlighting a new use for abandoned mineral sites
May 2004 | By Douglas H. Chadwick
Artists and instrument makers have banded together to rescue Brazil's imperiled pernambuco, the source of bows for violins, violas and cellos
April 2004 | By Russ Rymer
Floridians raise a ruckus over manatees as biologists weigh prospects for the endangered species' survival
February 2004 | By Craig Pittman
Insomniac islanders are hopping mad over a tiny frog from that threatens their fragile ecosystem
January 2004 | By Rita Beamish
When biologists study food theft among endangered roseate terns, they find that crime most definitely pays
December 2003 | By Adele Conover
Only hundreds of miles from the North Pole, industrial chemicals threaten the Arctic's greatest predator
April 2003 | By Marla Cone
Angry fishermen accuse the cormorant of ruining their livelihood and have taken the law into their own hands. But is the cormorant to blame?
February 2003 | By Susan Mcgrath
Science meets shamanism at a gathering to ponder the fate of the Pacific Ocean leatherback
November 2002 | By Jeff Wheelwright
Without the extraordinary dedication of a few conservationists, New Zealand's kakapo would likely have gone the way of the dodo
October 2002 | By Derek Grzelewski
Assaulted by myriad threats to their survival, palm species around the world face the likelihood of extinction
August 2002 | By Mike Grudowski
Once thought to have vanished from North America victims of hunting and habitat loss the cats maintain a slender pawhold in the thickets of South Texas
June 2002 | By Adele Conover
What's killing the great Atlantic salmon?
April 2002 | By Michael Parfit
Scientists are trying to fathom why Hawaii's fish population is declining
December 2001 | By Bernice Weuthrich
Wayne Sentman on the extremely endangered Hawaiian monk seal.
September 01, 2001 | By Wayne Sentman
A government report takes a look at what we have left and where we are heading
September 01, 1999 | By John P. Wiley, Jr.
Thanks to 300 volunteers, steelhead are back again, despite highways, offices and a campus
December 1997 | By Edwin Kiester, Jr.