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What's Next For Greater Sage-Grouse?
Sage grouse numbers have plummeted, their range has declined, and the ecosystem that they rely on is considered the most imperiled in the U.S.
Inside the Heads of People Who Don't Like Music
For those who experience “musical anhedonia,” listening to a song is halfway between boring and distracting.
Baboons Are Ruthless Reproducers
These monkeys do whatever it takes to pass on their genes, including killing others’ offspring
What's The Secret To India's Paralympics Success?
Its athletes brought home four medals this summer. Here’s why.
Even in the Most Polluted Cities, You Can Exercise Outdoors (A Little)
A new model finds that the health benefits of outdoor exercise can outweigh the hazards of air pollution.
Lost Amid the Smartness
Parenting in the age of smartphones.
SCBI Researchers Use Ancient DNA to Prove Arctic Ground Squirrel May Not Be an Invasive Species
Squirrels have been part of Alaskan ecosystem for thousands of years
This Is How Much Water You Waste When You Throw Away Food
Tossing an apple is like pouring 25 gallons of water down the drain
A Vanishing Act
Exploring efforts to protect the Gulf's imperiled wetlands
A Rare Approach to Local Conservation
How an educational program helps protect biodiversity
Trans-Border Geotourism Project Takes off in Sonoran Desert Region
The success of National Geographic's Geotourism Program
The impacts of the U.S.-Mexico border fence on wildlife
Steve Kilpatrick crafts networks of unlikely allies
Scientists close in on quinine's side-effects
Tryptophan's role in quinine side-effects
The Price of Protection
Examining costs and benefits of the Endangered Species Act
Tracking a Deer Killer
How Hemorrhagic Disease is Changing
A Timeline of Trials and Triumphs
Exploring Key Moments in ESA History
Cities of the Future
The Buzz on Bees
How powerful are our native bees?
Report highlights 'patchy' oversight for adaptation tech
How adaptation to climate-related change is faltering
Managing Wildlife in Shades of Gray
Threats to the pillars of the North American Model
A Hunting Dilemma
How the Ute tribe strikes a balance between modern-day hunting and tribal traditions
Don't Hold that Thought
The benefits and challenges of sharing data