Call them the comeback kid. The American buffalo isn’t just thriving in national parks, but today it’s coming home to indigenous lands. Read full article here.
An interview I did on NPR’s Living On Earth about the past and future of Sumatran rhinos. Hear it here!
Two conservationists succeed in getting incredible images and footage of one of the world’s most endangered mammals. Read the full story here.
The US is working hard to stop a deadly plague from reaching its shore and wiping out its salamanders – but is it doing enough. Read story here.
Indonesia goes ahead with a dam that will decimate the most endangered – and newest to science – great ape on the planet. My oped here.
In an interview with Daniel Clarke on his show Escape the Zoo, I talk about solenodons, Sumatran rhinos, Half Earth, and environmental journalism. You can find the show here.
Will we create the world’s largest protected area in the world’s coldest sea? Read more.
New research finds marine heatwaves are only going to get worse. Read full article here.
Where do we go from here? A look at the past, present and possible future of saving Sumatran rhinos. This is part four in a new series on the history of Sumatran Rhino conservation, the Rhino Debacle. Read full article here.
After 17 years, conservationists finally achieve the first success of the Sumatran rhino captive breeding program. How’d they do it? This is part three in a new series on the history of Sumatran Rhino conservation, the Rhino Debacle. Read full article here.