A Researcher Got Paid $300,000 to Resign After He Said Shooting Wolves Is Bad
Robert Wielgus, director of the Carnivore Conservation Lab, received a settlement from the school after he sued for infringing on his academic freedom.
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.
Cows Are the Next Great Threat to Tanzania's Endangered Species
The country's cattle population has grown steadily over the past decade, and its newly elected president has promised to subsidize ranchers.
If You're in Wyoming, Don't Take Pictures of Cattle Ranches
Environmentalists worry a new law could prevent 'citizen science' efforts aimed at collecting soil and water samples, or even taking photos, on public lands leased to ranchers.
The Federal Government Killed Nearly Three Million Animals Last Year
An agency within the US Department of Agriculture killed black bears, mountain lions, grey wolves, and even bald eagles in an effort to curb losses in the agricultural sector.