Get to Know Your Species
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Kids! Get in Touch with Nature Through the Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest
Protecting nature is critical to keeping our planet thriving for future generations. What better way to do that than by engaging school children, in grades K through 12, to put their ..
The Kirtland's warbler, an endangered species, is a songbird that nests in young jack pine stands...
Photo credit: Joel Trick/USFWS
Channel Island Fox
Four of the six subspecies of island fox on California's Channel Islands – the San Miguel, Santa Barbara, Santa Rosa, and Santa Cataline island foxs – were listed as endangered in 2004 following catastrophic population declines...
Photo credit: NPS
Biologists studying the endangered California condor have launched a new web site to enlist the help of citizen scientists in research aimed at reducing lead poisoning, the primary threat to condors in the wild...
Photo credit: USFWS
E-DNA Confirms Feared-Extinct Sturgeon Alive in Alabama River
The Alabama sturgeon is a freshwater fish that was historically widespread in the Mobile River Basin of Alabama and Mississippi. The last capture of an Alabama sturgeon was in April 2007 by the biologists with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources...
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