Bringing back the wooly mammoth? It’s not just fodder for speculative fiction! In this animated short, Luis Martinez walks us through the theoretical process of restoring an extinct species with the scattered remains of its genetic material.
Red pandas were actually called “pandas” long before their more popular black-and-white cousins. But they aren’t actually closely related to pandas.
Kayaking The Salmon River From Source To Sea: How This RSJ Alum Is Fighting Imminent Salmon Extinction
Three women are undertaking a thousand-mile journey to raise awareness about the four dams choking the life out of the Lower Snake River.
An extremely rare wildflower known only to grow in the Reno-Virginia City-area was recently found on the site of a proposed townhouse development.
An unlikely partnership between livestock ranchers and a government conservation agency keeps rangeland grouse-friendly — and out of the hands of developers.
The Chytrid Fungus Is Killing Amphibians All Over The World. UNR Biologist Jamie Voyles Wants To Change That
It now appears that some endangered frogs are able to survive the deadly disease. Dr. Jamie Voyles is trying to understand how some species fight to the fungus, while others are killed.
A proposed gold mine at the headwaters of the East Fork South Fork Salmon River has sparked outrage among conservationists, due to the extreme environmental impacts of the mine