Cracking the mysterious case of dying desert forests

From above, the Southwestern U.S. is a sea of caramel and brown desert. Yet, a closer look uncovers small ribbons of green—desert forests that flourish along valuable springs and rivers. Wildlife thrives at these oases, ...

New Zealand fights to save its flightless national bird

New Zealand's treasured kiwi birds are shuffling around Wellington's verdant hills for the first time in a century, after a drive to eliminate invasive predators from the capital's surrounds.

Wee weasels may have big impact on native wildlife

Imagine a murderous sausage with legs. Give it a heartbeat up to 300 beats per minute and a need to consume a third of its weight daily just to survive. What have you got? A weasel.

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