The ‘Path of the Jaguar’ Aims to Secure this Big Cat’s Enormous Range
Jaguars are increasingly isolated due to habitat fragmentation. Environmentalists, scientists, and locals are working to secure their free passage across over a dozen countries.
The Obama Administration Just Made It Virtually Impossible for Hunters to Import African Lion Trophies
The US Fish and Wildlife Service has put two sub-species of lion under federal endangered species protection five months after the killing of an iconic African lion set off global outrage.
Lions Are Being Poisoned in Kenya — And It's All Because of Land Disputes
Conservationists say herdsman are increasingly using poison to kill and sicken animals that roam in areas where they graze their livestock.
A Mega-Canal In Nicaragua Could Kill Off Jaguars and Indigenous Groups
The Hong Kong-financed project could double the country's GDP, but threatens endangered cats and an estimated 119,000 indigenous people.