Tiehm's buckwheat is a desert wildflower only known to exist on a remote Nevada ridge.
The commitment from the Amazon founder's Earth Fund represents roughly half a percent of his net worth.
“Looking north, covered, south, covered, west, covered, the sidewalks were literally covered with birds.”
The state ended its wolf hunt after just three days earlier this year when hunters killed at least 216 wolves in about 60 hours.
"Wolf management is a polarizing and emotional topic for many," read a line that was ultimately cut.
Hundreds of birds have suffered swollen eyes and strange symptoms from a deadly ailment — and no one knows for sure what it is.
Environmental groups, and even the state's own Fish and Game Department, opposed the measure that would permit the deaths of more than 1,000 wolves.
Republicans in Congress are parroting an anti-conservation group's talking points about the White House's goal of protecting 30% of lands and waters by 2030.
Conservationists slammed the bill as incentivizing the "cruel deaths" of more than 1,000 wolves.
One of the whales found washed up on the beach was struck by a ship, while the causes of death for the others is unknown.
Gov. Greg Gianforte violated his state’s hunting regulations to trap and kill a gray wolf.
Monarch butterflies migrating to Mexico's forests for the winter are down by 26% since last year.
"Would we have 300,000 dead if he’d been this diligent, this persistent about our uncontrolled pandemic?" the MSNBC host asked.
The New Mexico Democrat talks about Trump's awful environmental record, the role of tribes in climate goals and his interest in being the next interior secretary.
The marvelous spatuletail hummingbird inspired a culture of conservation in the Andes Mountains.
National Geographic ecologist Enric Sala explains why protecting the planet is not a selfless act.
The president will be remembered for his war on protected wild places.
The president has long complained that water-saving standards from 1992 make it harder for him to wash his hair.
Little Grey and Little White were captured from the wild and kept first at a research center, then an aquarium. Now, they're back in the ocean.
“These sightings are extremely encouraging for the future of tigers in our country and beyond,” a Thai official said.