The new PBS series EARTH A New Wild airs every Wednesday in February at 10pm ET and explores stories of people and nature thriving together.Join Us in the New Wild
Indigenous Micronesian leaders are using the region's first conservation easement to protect a rare forest.Read the Magazine Story
What's your connection to the fresh water around you? Tell us why rivers matter to you.Tell Us
Is it good or bad for our feathered friends?
...You've never heard of. Nature is calling!
Africa is losing its elephants. Amazing as they are to us, they're also being hunted for their ivory tusks. But there is hope.
A collaborative partnership has embarked on an ambitious project to restore the Great Dismal Swamp's natural hydrology—one that will require undoing a piece of George Washington's legacy.
Human neighborhoods are good for birds because they offer a wide range of habitats in a small area. Check out our list of 10 ways to be a good neighbor to birds.
Our oft-used conservation tool is explained here, with infographics that give you an idea on how conservation easements work.
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