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  • Breaking: 95 Percent of World’s Lemur Species on Edge of Extinction

    Leading Primate Conservationists Call for Effective Protection of World’s Most Endangered Primates For immediate release August 1, 2018 Download photos The vast majority of lemur species—unique primates found only in Read more

  • Shark Tank’s Daymond John Announces New Investment: Shark Conservation

    Shark Tank, Discovery Channel, Global Wildlife Conservation and Partners Team Up During Shark Week to Improve Marine Conservation Efforts in the Caribbean For immediate release July 31, 2018 Download photos Read more

  • Dr. Russell A. Mittermeier Named Winner of World’s Leading Animal Conservation Award

    Hero for Primates and Champion of Biodiversity Receives $250,000 Indianapolis Prize   For immediate release June 12, 2018 Download photos INDIANAPOLIS — Today, officials of the Indianapolis Prize — the Read more

  • Wildlife Conservationists to Be Honored in New York for Extraordinary Efforts to Recover Imperiled Species

    2018 Sabin Conservation Prizes Recognize Vital Work in Amphibian, Turtle and Primate Conservation For immediate release June 12, 2018 The Andrew Sabin Family Foundation, Global Wildlife Conservation, the Turtle Conservancy and Read more

  • Business in Key Biodiversity Areas: Minimizing the Risk to Nature

    New Roadmap Provides Guidelines for Businesses Operating in Biologically Important Wildlands For immediate release April 17, 2018 The Key Biodiversity Area Partnership involving 12 of the world’s leading conservation organizations, Read more

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    August 10, 2018: 95 per cent of lemur species threatened with extinction (Green News) Link

    August 9, 2018: Lemurs in Crisis: 105 Species Now Threatened with Extinction (The Revelator) Link

    August 6, 2018: 95 Percent of the World’s Lemurs Are Facing Extinction (Care2) Link

    August 4, 2018: 95% of lemur species are in serious trouble (Mother Nature Network) Link

    August 3, 2018: Those Adorable Lemurs of Madagascar? They Are on the Edge of Extinction (Fortune) Link

    August 3, 2018: Almost all lemurs are under threat, a new study reports (ZME Science) Link

    August 3, 2018: 95% of World’s Lemur Population on Edge Of Extinction (EcoWatch) Link

    August 3, 2018: Lémures de Madagascar están al borde de la extinción (RT en Español) Link

    August 3, 2018: Madagaskarskim lemurs are threatened with extinction – scientists (Koz Telegram) Link

    August 2, 2018: Lemur extinction: Vast majority of species under threat (BBC) Link

    August 2, 2018: 95 percent of all lemur species face high risk of extinction, experts say (Mongabay) Link

    August 2, 2018: Nearly All Lemur Species Are Now Facing Extinction (Earther) Link

    August 2, 2018: Most Endangered Primate in World Found on Huge Island (Newser) Link

    August 2, 2018: Nearly every species of lemur at risk of extinction with hunting for restaurant food and habitat loss blamed (The Independent) Link

    August 2, 2018: The endangered species list: counting lemurs in Madagascar (The Conversation) Link

    August 2, 2018: Nearly All Lemur Species Are Now Facing Extinction (Gizmodo) Link

    August 2, 2018: Ninety-five per cent of the world’s lemur population is ‘on the brink of extinction’, as animal becomes the most endangered primate on Earth (Daily Mail) Link

    August 2, 2018: Lémures, en alto riesgo de extinción (Excelsior) Link

    August 1, 2018: 95% of lemur population facing extinction: conservationists (Yahoo! News via AFP) Link

    August 1, 2018: Almost All of Madagascar’s Lemurs Are Threatened by Hunting, Habitat Loss and Climate Change, Conservationists Warn (Newsweek) Link

    August 1, 2018: 95% of lemur population facing extinction: conservationists (PhysOrg, from AFP) Link

    August 1, 2018: 95% of lemur population facing extinction: conservationists (AFP) Link

    August 1, 2018: 95% of lemur population facing extinction: conservationists (Modern Ghana, from AFP) Link

    August 1, 2018: 95% of lemur population facing extinction: conservationists (Journal du Cameroun, from AFP) Link

    July 31, 2018: Environmental transformation spells brighter future for Redonda’s fantastic beasts (MFA News Network) Link

    July 27, 2018: PR News’ 2018 Platinum PR Awards Finalists Announced, Hannah Storm to Host Sept. 21 Awards Luncheon in NYC (PR News) Link

    July 27, 2018: Latam Eco Review: Witchcraft and wildlife trafficking in Peru (Mongabay) Link

    July 25, 2018: Four Countries Are Home to Two-Thirds of the Planet’s Primates—and Most of Those Are Endangered (OnEarth) Link

    July 20, 2018: Eiza Gonzalez proves she has no fear as she allows a TARANTULA to rest on her face (Daily Mail) Link

    July 20, 2018: Video: Arachnophobes Beware! Eiza Gonzalez has a tarantula on her face (Daily Mail) Link

    July 16, 2018: Recibe premio por estudio de tortugas (El Siglo de Torreón) Link | PDF

    July 16, 2018: A Tale of Two Parties (Avenue Magazine) Link | PDF

    July 16, 2018: La Ciudad Perdida del Dios Mono traducida en 25 idiomas (La Tribuna) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2018: SoFo To Honor Courtney Ross, Don Church, And Russell Mittermeier At 29th Annual Summer Gala Benefit (Hamptons.com) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2018: Gobierno presenta fundación para la conservación de la Mosquitia hondureña (HRN) Link| PDF

    July 14, 2018: Presentan Fundación para proteger zona arqueológica hondureña Ciudad Blanca (Yahoo! Noticias) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2018: Buscan fortalecer estudio de investigación y protección de Ciudad Blanca y la Mosquitia (El Heraldo) Link | PDF

    July 10, 2018: Indiana Jones honored by Indianapolis Zoo: Harrison Ford wins award for wildlife conservation (Indy Star) Link | PDF

    July 5, 2018: Brazilian Forests Fall Silent as Yellow Fever Decimates Threatened Monkeys (Scientific American) Link | PDF

    June 22, 2018: Nasdaq Sustainability Series: A Conversation with Mike Crowther, CEO of the Indianapolis Zoo (NASDAQ) Link | PDF

    June 15, 2018: Chimps and orangutans among species in danger of being wiped out in imminent mass extinction of primates, scientists warn (Independent) Link | PDF

    June 14, 2018: Dr. Russell Mittermeier wins the Indianapolis Prize (Nuvo) Link | PDF

    June 13, 2018: Renowned wildlife conservationist Russell Mittermeier awarded 2018 Indianapolis Prize (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    June 12, 2018: The 2018 Indianapolis Prize winner has discovered 18 species, meet Russ Mittermeier (Indy Star) Link | PDF

    June 12, 2018: Biodiversity champion wins Indianapolis Prize for conservation work (Indianapolis Business Journal) Link | PDF

    June 12, 2018: Russell Mittermeier wins 2018 Indianapolis Prize, $250,000 for conservation efforts (WTHR NBC-13) Link | PDF

    June 12, 2018: Indianapolis Zoo announces 2018 Indianapolis Prize winner (WISHTV-8) Link | PDF

    June 8, 2018: Russ Mittermeier discovers 18 new species and travels to more than 170 countries (Indy Star) Link | PDF

    June 6, 2018: Russ Mittermeier feels at home in Madagascar among the monkeys (Indy Star) Link

    June 6, 2018: A Mysterious Die-off of Dozens of Dancing Lemurs (onEarth) Link | PDF

    May 26, 2018: One man’s quest to find the Burmese pink-headed duck continues (iNews) PDF

    May 22, 2018: Conservationists fight to save animals as mass extinction looms (The Peninsula) Link | PDF

    May 2, 2018: Morning Money at the Milken Institute Global Conference (Politico) Link | PDF

    May 2018: Golden Wonder-ful (Ranger Rick) PDF

    April 30, 2018: Deal With It (ATX Woman) Link | PDF

    April 29, 2018: Frog Seeks the Love of His Life (New York Times kids section) PDF

    April 28, 2018: Bouva: Milieumissies succesvol, wetgeving prioriteit (Star Niuws–in Dutch) Link | PDF

    April 27, 2018: Animal welfare for travelers: How to enjoy wildlife without harming it (USA Today) Link | PDF

    April 26, 2018: Vast survey finds far more gorillas in Africa than previously believed — and some bad news, too (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    April 22, 2018: 7 things we’ve learned about Earth since the last Earth Day (Vox) Link | PDF

    April 20, 2018: Heightened Aspirations: IUCN Green List Strives for Flourishing Species (Island Conservation) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2018: Better than Nessie: Freshwater Turtle Discovery Galvanizes Hope This Earth Month (National Geographic blog) Link | PDF

    March 30, 2018: Tapir Tracks Pave Path for Effective Conservation (National Geographic blog) Link | PDF

    March 26, 2018: ‘IUCN Green List of species’: A new way to measure conservation success (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    March 26, 2018: Earth Optimism: Tracking Success in Species Recovery (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    March 25, 2018: A High-End Hotelier’s Animal Hospitality (Barrons) Link

    March 24, 2018: Smith & Sheth Wine Company (The Australian) Link

    March 23, 2018: Youth and Conservation: The Holy Grails of a Young Billionaire Couple’s Giving (Inside Philanthropy) Link | PDF

    March 23, 2018: Happy Hatchday: 21 Years of Conservation Success for the Kākāpō (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    March 16, 2018: 150 years after being discovered, African monkey with handlebar moustache becomes its own species (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    March 15, 2018: FG urged to enforce forest protection laws (Vanguard) Link | PDF

    March 13, 2018: Turtles in Trouble: New Report Profiles World’s Most Endangered Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    March 12, 2018: The Turtle Extinction Crisis (The Revelator) Link | PDF

    March 10, 2018: The terrapin races against extinction in the wild (The Hindu) Link | PDF

    March 8, 2018: Now the Richest Black American, He’s Also One of America’s Biggest Philanthropists (Inside Philanthropy) Link

    March 7, 2018: Indian American Entrepreneurs Named to Forbes’ ‘World Billionaires 2018’ List Include One Female Executive (India West) Link

    March 6, 2018: How The Richest Black American And His Billionaire Partner Became Top Philanthropists (Forbes) Link | PDF

    March 5, 2018: Can the Elusive Saola Be Saved from Extinction? (Capeia) Link | PDF

    March 5, 2018: WRS: Singaporeans can help regional conservation efforts from home (The New Paper) Link | PDF

    March 3, 2018: India has 10% of world’s 50 most threatened freshwater turtle species: Report (Hindustan Times) Link | PDF

    March, 2018: Zoos join forces to save saola and make conservation history (Attractions Management Magazine) Link

    Feb. 28, 2018: Implementing SMART to conserve big cats globally (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Feb. 27, 2018: Turtles in trouble (International News) Link | PDF

    Feb. 20, 2018: Zoos Worldwide Answer Call To Help Save Asian “Unicorn” (ValueWalk) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2018: Race to save the Asian UNICORN: Mythical saola on brink of extinction (Express) Link | PDF

    Feb. 18, 2018: A feline love that took him far and wide (The Sunday Times) Link | PDF

    Feb. 14, 2018: Endangered Bolivia frog gets dating profile just in time for Valentine’s Day (UPI) Link | PDF

    Feb. 14, 2018: Panda Porn and Other Desperate Measures to Get Rare Species to Mate (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Feb. 13, 2018: Scientists Make Match.com Profile for Bolivia’s Loneliest Frog (Smithsonian) Link | PDF

    Feb. 13, 2018: Help Romeo, the World’s Loneliest Frog, Find His Juliet by Valentine’s Day (Travel + Leisure) Link | PDF

    Feb. 13, 2018: The World’s Loneliest Frog is Seeking a Mate to Save His Species (Roaring Earth) Link | PDF

    Feb.12, 2018: Lonely Bolivian water frog seeks mate on Match.com to save his species (CNN) Link | PDF

    Feb. 12, 2018: Romeo might be one of the last members of his species. Won’t you help him find a mate? (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    Feb. 12, 2018: World’s only known Sehuencas water frog joins Match: Lonely ‘Romeo’ gets an online dating profile in the hope of finding a mate to save his species (Daily Mail) Link | PDF

    Feb. 10, 2018: Romeo, la rana que busca novia por internet para que su especie no se extinga (El Espectador) Link | PDF

    Feb. 10, 2018: Last effort to find mate for bachelor Sehuncas (BBC Radio 5–interview at 3:48) Link

    Feb. 9, 2018: Bid to find a Valentine for Romeo, world’s ‘loneliest frog’ (AFP) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: 10 Expedition Teams and Match.com Are Working to Find This Very Single Frog a Date (People Magazine) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: The World’s Loneliest Frog Gets a Dating Profile to Help Him Find Love (IFLS) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: Loneliest frog in the world is looking for a Match to save his species (ZME Science) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: Bolivia’s lonely frog: Scientists race to find mate for Romeo (BBC) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: Extremely endangered frog has online dating profile created by scientists in effort to save species (The Independent) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2018: Rana Romeo de Sehuencas busca pareja para salvar a su especie (Opinión Bolivia) Link | PDF

    Feb. 8, 2018: There Are a Bunch of New Primates on the Block, and They’re Already in Trouble (onEarth) Link | PDF

    Jan. 18, 2018: DON CHURCH with Haley Mellin (The River Rail) Link | PDF

    Jan. 18: Is this the real life? Hipster monkey with a Freddie Mercury-style handle bar moustache is found to be an entirely new species (Daily Mail) Link | PDF

    Jan. 18, 2018: Image of the Day: Mustachioed Monkey (The Scientist) Link | PDF

    Jan. 17, 2018: Moustached monkey is separate species (BBC News) Link | PDF

    Jan. 17, 2018: A new species of monkey with a ‘handlebar moustache’ has been discovered (iNews) Link | PDF

    Jan. 16, 2018: Impossibly cute tiny lemur species discovered in Madagascar that looks like a teddy bear (International Business Times) Link | PDF

    Jan. 15, 2018: This new lemur species is adorable (New York Daily News) Link | PDF

    Jan. 15, 2018: This Newly Discovered Tiny Lemur From Madagascar Is So Cute We Just Can’t Deal (Science Alert) Link | PDF

    Jan. 15, 2018: New species of lemur found on Madagascar (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Jan. 12, 2018: Moth rediscovered in Malaysia mimics appearance and behavior of bees to escape predators (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Jan. 12, 2018: Big-Eyed, Fluffy-Tailed Lemur Species Discovered (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Jan. 12, 2018: Only 100 Of These Real-Life ‘Unicorns’ Are Left In The World (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Jan. 11, 2018: There’s a new member of the lemur family (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Jan. 8, 2018: New lemur species discovered by Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium scientists (WOWT News) Link | PDF

    Jan. 3, 2018: Image of the Day: Frog Leaps Away from Extinction (The Scientist) Link | PDF

    Jan. 1, 2018: 5 Rediscovered Species That Made Headlines In 2017 (Mental Floss) Link | PDF

    Dec. 31, 2017: Cobalt blue tarantula, New species discovered in South America (The Asahi Shimbun) Link | PDF

    Dec. 30, 2017: Jerry Davis: Laotian in Wisconsin’s outdoors on fact-finding mission (Wisconsin State Journal) Link | PDF

    Dec. 28, 2017: Why Guyana’s rainforests are a scientist’s dream (BBC) Link | PDF

    Dec. 19, 2017: Wildlife Sanctuary Announcement Is the Icing on the Christmas Cake for Jamaica’s Environmental Campaigners (GlobalVoices) Link | PDF

    Dec. 18, 2017: Researchers find moth last seen 130 years ago (Science) Link | PDF

    Dec. 18, 2017: Image of the Day: Moth Resurrection (The Scientist) Link | PDF

    Dec. 18, 2017: Scientist finds shimmering blue moths last seen in 1887 (Boing Boing) Link | PDF

    Dec. 16, 2017: Lost and found after 130 years: A bee-mimicking moth (The Hindu) Link | PDF

    Dec. 15, 2017: Guy Walking Through Forest Shines Flashlight On Something VERY Blue (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Dec. 15, 2017: Goat Islands declared a wildlife sanctuary (Jamaica Observer) Link | PDF

    Dec. 14, 2017: Found: A Blue-and-White Moth Last Seen 130 Years Ago (Atlas Obscura) Link | PDF

    Dec. 14, 2017: Bee-mimicking clearwing moth buzzes back to life after 130 years (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Dec. 14, 2017: JET celebrates Goat Islands being declared a wildlife sanctuary (Jamaica Gleaner) Link | PDF

    Dec. 13, 2017: Monkey study shows a path to monitoring endangered species (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Dec. 13, 2017: Entomologist Gets First-ever Footage of the Lost Species in Primeval Jungles of Malaysia (Asia Research News) Link | PDF

    Dec. 13, 2017: Woman Finds Rare Blue Moth 130 Years After It Went ‘Extinct’ (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Dec. 13, 2017: Monkey study shows a path to monitoring endangered species (ScienceDaily) Link | PDF

    Dec. 11, 2017: Highly-Rated Organizations Fighting for Wildlife Conservation and Preservation (Charity Navigator blog) Link | PDF

    Dec. 8, 2017: Tarântula azul e besouros aquáticos estão entre espécies descobertas na Amazônia (BBC Brasil) Link | PDF

    Dec. 7, 2017: Nuestros primos en peligro: Top-25 de los primates amenazados (La Vanguardia) Link | PDF

    Dec. 6, 2017: KABINETT to Screen Soundwalk Collective’s JUNGLE-IZED MIAMI (Broadway World) Link | PDF

    Dec. 5, 2017: Conservationist nominated for prestigious award (The Hindu) Link | PDF

    Dec. 3, 2017: Gov’t making good enviro ground (Jamaica Observer) Link | PDF

    Dec. 1, 2017: The week in wildlife – in pictures (The Guardian) Link | PDF

    Dec. 1, 2017: ‘Extinct’ salamander discovered in remote part of Guatemala (Lonely Planet) Link | PDF

    Nov. 30, 2017: CEMEX Celebrates 25-Year Commitment to Nature Conservation (BusinessWire) Link | PDF

    Nov. 29, 2017: Top 25 Most Endangered Primates: the Most Current List (EcoWatch) Link | PDF

    Nov. 28, 2017: Cobalt-blue tarantula and 30 other species discovered in Guyana rainforest (ZMEScience) Link | PDF

    Nov. 28, 2017: Madagascar’s lemurs close to extinction after population crash (New Scientist) Link

    Nov. 28, 2017: I lemuri sono sempre più vicini all’estinzione: ecco perché (Quotidiano) Link | PDF

    Nov. 27, 2017: Here is the most current list of the world’s top 25 most endangered primates (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Nov. 27, 2017: Found: An Electric Blue Tarantula and More Than 30 Other New Species (Atlas Obscura) Link | PDF

    Nov. 27, 2017: Arachnophobes look away now: Stunning BLUE tarantula is one of 30 new species discovered in Guyana’s Kaieteur National Park (DailyMail) Link | PDF

    Nov. 24, 2017: Brilliant blue tarantula among potentially new species discovered in Guyana (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Nov. 24, 2017: Dazzling blue tarantula discovered in South America (Fox News) Link | PDF

    Nov. 23, 2017: Stunning Blue Tarantula And Its Friends Were Just Discovered in South America (ScienceAlert) Link | PDF

    Nov. 23, 2017: This beautiful blue tarantula is one of 30 new species just discovered in South America (International Business Times) Link | PDF

    Nov. 16, 2017: Park Ranger On His Lunch Break Rediscovers Rare Species Lost For 42 Years (CBS New York) Link

    Nov. 15, 2017: Park ranger on lunch break spots rare salamander species lost for 42 years (CBS News) Link

    Nov. 14, 2017: Lunching ranger discovers species lost for 40 years (The Guardian) Link | PDF

    Nov. 14, 2017: Park Ranger On His Lunch Break Rediscovers Rare Species Lost For 42 Years (CBS Miami) Link

    Nov. 9, 2017: Sheth Sangreal Foundation Increases Global Wildlife Conservation Match to $15 Million in Advance of #GivingTuesday (BusinessWire) Link | PDF (View all media outlets that picked up the BusinessWire story)

    Nov. 8, 2017: In this photo contest, the bigger the #fail, the bigger the win (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    Nov. 3, 2017: ‘Lost’ salamander rediscovered after 42 years (Fox News–reprinted from LiveScience) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: Ecologists Welcome Seventh Great Ape Species into Our Family (The Scientist) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: Meet the newest species of great ape. They’re already endangered. (Vox) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: A new species of orangutan from Indonesia (analysis) (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: New Kind Of Great Ape Discovered Deep In The Jungle (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: Frizzy-haired, smaller-headed orangutan may be new great ape (Associated Press) Link | PDF (View full list of media outlets that posted this story)

    Nov. 2, 2017: Frizzy-haired, smaller-headed orangutan may be new great ape (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: Newly discovered orangutan species is also the most endangered (Nature) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: New great ape species found, sparking fears for its survival (Science) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: ‘Golden wonder’ salamander seen for first time since ’75 (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    Nov. 2, 2017: A Salamander That Was Feared Extinct Has Been Rediscovered in Guatemala (Seeker) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2017: Veteran Explorer of Disappearing Forests Charts New Course (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2017: Brilliantly colored ‘lost’ salamander rediscovered after 42 years (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2017: Presumed Extinct, the Rare ‘Golden Wonder’ Salamander Reappears After 42 Years (Mental Floss) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2017: This Incredibly Rare Salamander Species Was Just Found For The First Time in 42 Years (Science Alert) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2017: Long-lost golden salamander spotted alive for the first time in 42 years (BGR) Link

    Nov. 1, 2017: Legendary Conservation Leader Dr. Russ Mittermeier Joins Global Wildlife Conservation in Pivotal Role (BusinessWire) Link | PDF (View full list of outlets that picked up story from the wire)

    Oct. 31, 2017: ‘Golden Wonder’ Rediscovered After 42 Years (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Oct. 31, 2017: Beautifully Striking Salamander Feared Extinct For 40 Years Has Been Rediscovered (IFLS) Link | PDF

    Oct. 31, 2017: Rarest Salamander Was Just Found For The First Time In 42 Years (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Oct. 31, 2017: Boo! Lost Salamander Reappears, Dressed for Halloween (Discover Magazine) Link | PDF

    Oct. 31, 2017: ‘Lost’ Salamander Rediscovered After 42 Years (LiveScience) Link | PDF

    Oct. 30, 2017: A Lost Salamander Was Rediscovered in Guatemala After 40 Years and Scientists Are In Awe (Newsweek) Link | PDF

    Oct. 30, 2017: Long-Lost Salamander Rediscovered In Guatemalan Jungle (Huffington Post) Link | PDF

    Oct. 30, 2017: Salamander Rediscovery Gets Search for Lost Species Off to Promising Start (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Oct. 27, 2017: Why this British man has dedicated his life to searching for the elusive pink-headed duck (CBC Canada Radio) Link | PDF

    Oct. 23, 2017: Not so cold duck? Man keeps looking for bird thought extinct (Associated Press) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2017: Bold effort underway to save the vaquita porpoise from extinction (treehugger) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2017: San Diego Zoo Global Applauds Efforts in Mexico to Save Endangered Vaquita Porpoise from Extinction (Times of San Diego) Link | PDF

    Oct. 9, 2017: Establishing a conservation breeding programme to save the last saola (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Oct. 4, 2017: Slow and Steady, a Tortoise Is Winning Its Race With Extinction (New York Times) Link | PDF

    Sept. 26, 2017: 2018 Texas Hill Country Calendar features winners of annual Hill Country Alliance Photo Contest (Hill Country Alliance) Link | PDF

    Sept. 25, 2017: Celebrating the Best of the Worst with the Wildlife Photo Fail Awards 2017 (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Sept. 22, 2017: Can the Javan rhino be saved before disaster strikes? (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Sept. 21, 2017: Scientists study wildlife rangers, what motivates them? (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Sept. 4, 2017: Celebrate National Wildlife Day with 5 Central Texas Wildlife Conservation Nonprofits (Austin Monthly) Link | PDF

    August 10, 2017: Conservation Win for the Critically Endangered Kakī (Island Conservation Blog) Link | PDF

    August 10, 2017: Scientists hope to breed Asian ‘unicorns’ – if they can find them (Guardian) Link | PDF

    August 10, 2017: Crafting for conservation (Isthmus) Link | PDF

    August issue: Harper’s Index (Harper’s Magazine) Link | PDF

    July 24, 2017: Searching for the Fernandina Galapagos Tortoise Among 25 Other Species (Travel Pulse) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2017: Bach Ma Park to host saola breeding centre (VietnamNet) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2017: Bạch Mã Park to host saola breeding centre (Viet Nam News) Link | PDF

    July 12, 2017: Save the saola: Breeding center for rare mammal to open in Vietnam (Voice of Vietnam) Link | PDF

    July 12, 2017: World’s 1st Saola breeding center formed in Vietnam (Global Times) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: Save the saola: Breeding center for rare mammal to open in Vietnam (VN Express) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: World’s 1st Saola breeding center formed in Vietnam (Xinhua.net) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: World’s 1st Saola breeding centre in Vietnam (CI News) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: Vietnam’s National Park selected to host world’s first saola breeding centre (Hanoi Times) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: Frog Thought to Be Extinct Found by School Boy And Breeds for First Time (IFLS) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2017: Bach Ma National Park comparison to horde world’s initial saola tact centre (Greeting Vietnam) Link | PDF

    July 10, 2017: Last Frame: Robin Moore’s Night Frog (Outdoor Photographer) Link | PDF

    July 10, 2017: School-age boy saves a species after quest to find an ‘extinct’ frog (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    July 10, 2017: Bach Ma National Park selected to host world’s first saola breeding centre (VietnamNet) Link | PDF

    July 8, 2017: Boy in Ecuador Finds Frog Once Thought Extinct For 30 Years (TeleSur) Link | PDF

    July 7, 2017: Boy finds ‘extinct’ frog in Ecuador and helps revive species (New Scientist) Link | PDF

    July 7, 2017: Frog Thought to be Extinct Rediscovered in Ecuador by School Boy (Reptile Magazine) Link | PDF

    July 1, 2017: Fishing Cat: 2nd Life (The Times of India) PDF

    July issue: Most wanted Lost Species (World of Animals Magazine, issue #48) PDF

    June 23, 2017: New home for endangered black stilts (Radio New Zealand): Link | PDF

    June 23, 2017: New $500,000 black stilt aviary to be built in the Mackenzie Basin (Timaru Herald and Stuff.co.nz) Link | PDF

    June 9, 2017: Meet Nature’s Most Wanted (Garden Collage) Link | PDF

    June 2, 2017: Saving Javan rhinos from extinction starts with counting them – and it’s not easy (Earth Touch News) Link | PDF

    June 1, 2017: In Search of the Elusive Pink-Headed Duck (Atlas Obscura) Link | PDF

    June 2017: Saviours step in for wild cats (The Telegraph, India) Link

    May 30, 2017: Nature’s Most Wanted: Conservationists Launch New Quest for Lost Species (Inside Science) Link | PDF

    May 27, 2017: Penelitian Ini Coba Singkap Ancaman Tsunami pada Kehidupan Badak Jawa (Mongabay Indonesia) Link | PDF

    May 23, 2017: Palaweña to be awarded in New York for amphibian conservation (Philippine News Service) Link | PDF

    May 23, 2017: TripAdvisor halts Turtle Centre ticket sales (Cayman Compass) Link | PDF

    May 22, 2017: I aim to conserve wildlife of the Eastern Ghats: Kantimahanti Murthy (The Times of India) Link | PDF

    May 19, 2017: Saving Endangered Species and Our Planet (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    May 17, 2017: The Extinction Crisis is Here. How do We Keep from Feeling Overwhelmed? (The Revelator) Link | PDF

    May 17, 2017: The Search for “Extinct” Species (Island Conservation) Link | PDF

    May 15, 2017: 1Frame4Nature | The Search for Lost Species (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    May 15, 2017: Endangered Javan Rhinos Need More Secure Conservation Site: Study (Malaysian Digest) Link | PDF

    May 15, 2017: Le muriqui, fascinant singe hippie (Le Monde) Link | PDF

    May 13, 2017: Tsunamis Could Wipe Out the Remaining 62 Javan Rhinos (Newsweek) Link | PDF

    May 9, 2017: Endangered Javan Rhinos Need More Secure Conservation Site: Study (Jakarta Globe) Link | PDF

    May 9, 2017: Rare Parakeets Benefit From Reserve Expansion (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    April 25, 2017: Científicos lanzan una búsqueda global por 25 especies ‘perdidas’ (Yucatán Informa) Link | PDF

    April 25, 2017: Una campaña tiene por objetivo hallar a los 25 animales más buscados del mundo (Noticias Ambientales) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Global Wildlife Conservation ‘In Search Of Top 25 Lost Species:’ The Worldwide Quest For Species Lost More Than 10 Years (The Science Times) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Texas organization launches worldwide search for 25 ‘lost species’ (Omaha World-Herald) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Los más buscados del planeta: campaña para hallar 25 animales que no se ven hace 1.500 años (CNN Español) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Científicos lanzan una búsqueda global por 25 especies ‘perdidas’ (El País) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Die Suche nach 25 vermissten Tier- und Pflanzenarten läuft! (Deutsche Welle) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Diez especies perdidas que los científicos buscan por todo el mundo (La Voz de Cádiz) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: 24 animales y una planta carnívora no han sido vistos en más de 1,500 años. ¡Que inicie la búsqueda! (Síntesis) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: ¡Se busca! Hace años que nadie ha visto con vida estas 25 especies (La Vanguardia) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2017: Especies perdidas que los científicos buscan en el mundo (Expreso.press) Link | PDF

    April 21, 2017: Hunt Kicks Off for ‘Teddy Bear’ Marsupial and Other ‘Lost’ Species (LiveScience) Link | PDF

    April 21, 2017: People Want To Find These Hidden Species — And Help Keep Them Safe (The Dodo) Link |PDF

    April 21, 2017: Are these species lost forever? Not if this group can find them (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    April 21, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (The Hutchinson News) Link | PDF

    April 20, 2017: Scientists Launch Global Quest To Track Down Long-Lost Species (Huffington Post) Link | PDF

    April 20, 2017: Scientists have glimmer of hope of finding 25 ‘lost’ species (Las Vegas Review-Journal) Link | PDF

    April 20, 2017: Have you seen this squirrel? Scientists launch global quest for 25 ‘lost’ species (Leader-Post) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists Launch Worldwide Search for Lost Species (Scientific American) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: These Are the World’s Top 25 ‘Most Wanted’ Animals for Conservationists (Discovery News/Seeker) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Loredo Morning Times) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (The Oklahoman) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (San Antonio Express-News) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Houston Chronicle) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Durango Herald) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: Scientists launch a global search for 25 ‘lost’ species (Standard Examiner) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: The Search for Lost Species (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    April 19, 2017: The Search for Lost Species: Global Wildlife Conservation to Launch Most Extensive Worldwide Quest for Species Not Seen in Decades (BusinessWire) Link | PDF (Full press release list)

    April 18, 2017: Mark Ruffalo Honored at The Turtle Conservancy’s Ball (The Hollywood Reporter) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Drew Barrymore looks gorgeous as she poses in black gown at star-studded Turtle Ball (Daily Mail) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Mark Ruffalo Talks Politics While Receiving an Award About Turtles: “This Is Fascism. This Is Authoritarianism. This Is a Corporate Takeover of Our Democracy.” (W Magazine) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Drew Barrymore & Naomi Watts Step Out to Save the Turtles! (Just Jared) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Naomi Watts Wore a Perfectly Ladylike Miu Miu Dress (Fashionista) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Rashida Jones In Solace London – The Turtle Conservancy’s Fourth Annual Turtle Ball (RCFN) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Mark Ruffalo and His Wife of 16 Years Are Too Cute Together at the Turtle Ball (People) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: The Turtle Ball: A Shell of a Good Time (Avenue Magazine) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: How to Earn Drew Barrymore’s ‘Deepest Respect’ (WWD) Link |PDF

    April 18, 2017: The Turtle Conservancy’s Fourth Annual Turtle Ball Honors Mark Ruffalo (WWD) Link

    April 18, 2017: Thigh’s the limit! Sarah Silverman wears kinky boots and fishnets at Turtle Ball (Daily Mail) Link | PDF

    April 18, 2017: Sealed with a kiss! Mark Ruffalo plants a smooch on wife of sixteen years at the Turtle Ball in New York (Daily Mail) Link | PDF

    April 13, 2017: Rare deer species snapped by camera traps in central Vietnam (The Voice of Vietnam) Link | PDF

    April 12, 2017: Rare deer species snapped by camera traps in central Vietnam (TalkVietnam.com) Link | PDF

    April 12, 2017: Grants Roundup (Chronicle of Philanthropy) Link | PDF

    April 11, 2017: Rare barking deer photographed in Vietnam (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    April 11, 2017: Leadership Lessons From Jane Goodall: Investors Can Learn A Lot From The Iconic Conservationist (Huffington Post) Link | PDF

    April 8, 2017: The cat that stole their fish (Mint) Link | PDF

    April 7, 2017: Global Wildlife Conservation Receives $10 Million Grant (Philanthropy News Digest) Link | PDF | Full press release list

    April 7, 2017: A Last-Ditch Attempt to Save the World’s Most Endangered Porpoise (Scientific American) Link | PDF

    April 7, 2017: A Last-Ditch Attempt to Save the World’s Most Endangered Porpoise (Nature) Link | PDF

    April 6, 2017: In search of the elusive saola (Isthmus cover story) Link | PDF

    April 5, 2017: Mexico to put endangered vaquita porpoises in refuge (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    April: How to be a Good Tourist on Safari (TripAdvisor) Link

    April: How to Leave No Trace in the Rainforest (TripAdvisor) Link

    April: Leveraging Tourism for Conservation (TripAdvisor) Link

    March 27, 2017: Yellow fever is killing howler monkeys in Brazil (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    March 23, 2017: Hippie Monkeys Rebound as Yellow Fever Wipes Out a Competitor (Live Science) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: Yellow fever killing thousands of monkeys in Brazil (ScienceDaily) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: Fishing Cats Quietly Slink Out of Existence in Southeast Asia (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: Yellow fever killing thousands of monkeys in Brazil (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: New Technology Platform Designed to Provide African Park Rangers Real-Time Tools to Protect Iconic Animal Species (KLTV-ABC) Link | PDF

    March 22, 2017: Thousands of monkeys are dying from yellow fever in Brazil (UPI) Link | PDF
    March 21, 2017: Hug-Loving ‘Hippie’ Monkey Left Alone in Forest as Epidemic Kills Other Primates (Discovery News/Seeker) Link | PDF
    March 12, 2017: One of World’s Most Mysterious Cats Caught on Camera (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Feb. 27, 2017: Tiny frog species discovered (and this photographer gets one named after him!) (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    Feb. 22, 2017: Scientists discover new frog species small enough to sit on a fingernail (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    Feb. 22, 2017: 4 Thumbnail-Sized Frog Species Discovered in India (Discover) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2017: Seven New Species of Night Frogs Discovered in India (Sci News) Link | PDF

    Feb. 22, 2017: In photos: Frogs tinier than the human fingernail have been discovered in India’s Western Ghats (Quartz India) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2017: 7 M&M-Size Frog Species Found, Among World’s Smallest (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2017: Scientists discover 4 species of tiny frogs in India (ABC) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2017: Seven New Frogs Found, Including Four That Could Fit on Your Fingernail (Discovery News/Seeker) Link | PDF

    Feb. 21, 2017: Tiny new frog species found in India (CBS News via Live Science) Link | PDF

    Feb. 9, 2017: New species of dwarf lemur discovered in Madagascar (Africa Geographic) Link | PDF

    Feb. 8, 2017: Reversing “Empty Forest Syndrome” in Southeast Asia (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Feb. 7, 2017: New species of dwarf lemur discovered in Madagascar (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Feb. 7, 2017: Resurrected Jeypore ground gecko faces second death sentence (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Feb. 7, 2017: Cheirogaleus shethi: Tiny new species of dwarf lemur found in Madagascar (International Business News) Link | PDF

    Feb. 6, 2017: Cheirogaleus shethi: New Species of Dwarf Lemur Found in Madagascar (Sci News) Link | PDF

    Feb. 2, 2017: Social justice à la mode: Inside Three Twins ice cream (Dairy Foods) Link | PDF

    February 2017 issue: Out of the Shadows, the Wildcats You’ve Never Seen (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Jan. 25, 2017: Increased use of snares in Southeast Asia driving extinction crisis, scientists warn (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Jan. 24, 2017: Asia’s Wildlife-Snaring Crisis Documented In Graphic Photographs (IFLS) Link | PDF

    Jan. 19, 2017: Stare into the Soulful Eyes of this Newly Discovered Dwarf Lemur Species (Scientific American) Link | PDF

    Jan. 10, 2017: America’s toughest record in competitive birdwatching was shattered last year (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    Dec. 21, 2016: Devil Ark crowd funding campaign off to a good start (Coast Community News) Link | PDF

    Dec. 14, 2016: Save the Binturong! Wait―What’s a Binturong? (onEarth) Link | PDF

    Dec. 12, 2016: Rebounding from Hurricane Otto in Nicaragua’s Most Ecologically Sensitive Rainforests (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Dec. 8, 2016: Flying Squirrels and Houston Toads : Louis Masai in Texas and Tennessee (Brooklyn Street Art) Link | PDF

    December issue: Costa Rica, Nicaragua assess toll taken by Otto (EcoAméricas) PDF

    Nov. 30 2016: Philippine Home of Pangolin and Indigenous Tribe Wins Protection (Discovery News/Seeker) Link | PDF

    Nov. 22, 2016: Mt. Cleopatra’s Needle now a ‘critical habitat’ (Coconuts Manila) Link | PDF

    Nov. 21, 2016: Colorful Mural of Houston Toad Illuminates Downtown Austin (Business Wire) Link to list of stories | PDF

    Nov. 14, 2016: The Largest Mammal That No Scientist Has Ever Seen in the Wild (Cool Green Science) Link | PDF

    Nov. 9, 2016: Endangered Species with Wisconsin Ties (Wisconsin Public Radio/The Larry Meiller Show) Link | PDF

    Nov. 1, 2016: The Jewel of the Annamites (Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center newsletter) PDF

    Oct. 31, 2016: Sensitivity to animal exploitation is up. So is demand for wildlife encounters. (Travel Weekly) Link | PDF

    Oct. 27, 2016: Hope in the Face of 10,000 Deaths (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Oct. 20, 2016: Saving the “Asian Unicorn” (Radio New Zealand) Link | PDF

    Oct. 18, 2016: The Butterfly Effect (Worth Magazine) Link | PDF

    Oct. 16, 2016: Salvation for the shy Saola? (Borneo Post) Link | PDF

    Oct. 14, 2016: Animal cruelty no longer flies at TripAdvisor (Minneapolis Star Tribune) Link | PDF

    Oct. 14, 2016: TripAdvisor Ends Ticket Sales to Many Animal Attractions (Yahoo! Finance) Link | PDF

    Oct. 13, 2016: TripAdvisor to stop selling tickets to swim with dolphins (Miami Herald) Link | PDF

    Oct. 13, 2016: TripAdvisor bans ticket sales for trips that involve touching wild animals (The Independent) Link | PDF

    Oct. 13, 2016: TripAdvisor to stop selling tickets to hundreds of global animal-based attractions (Fox News Travel) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: TripAdvisor Bans Bookings for Endangered, Wild Animal Attractions (Condé Nast Traveler) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: TripAdvisor Will Stop Selling Tickets to Wild and Endangered Animal Attractions (Fortune) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: Yes: TripAdvisor Will No Longer Sell Tickets To Places That Hurt Animals (The Dodo) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: TripAdvisor commits to improving wildlife tourism standards (Vacations & Travel Magazine) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: TripAdvisor Will Stop Selling Tickets to Wild and Endangered Animal Attractions (Travel + Leisure) Link | PDF

    Oct. 12, 2016: Massive Win for Animals! TripAdvisor to Stop Selling Tickets to Cruel Animal Attractions (One Green Planet) Link | PDF

    Oct. 11, 2016: TripAdvisor to Stop Selling Tickets to Many Animal Attractions (New York Times) Link | PDF

    Oct. 10, 2016: TripAdvisor Stops Booking Activities With Captive Animals and Endangered Species (Skift) Link | PDF

    Oct. 7, 2016: WiLDSpeak 2016: Robin Moore (Outdoor Photographer) Link | PDF

    Oct. 6, 2016: Jamaican Rock Iguanas Get a Shot at New Home in the Wild (The New York Times) Link | PDF

    Oct. 4, 2016: Pallas’s cats to get their own ‘palace’ in Siberian mountains (The Siberian Times) Link | PDF

    Oct. 3, 2016: World Habitat Day: Joining Forces with Nicaragua’s Indigenous Rama and Afro-descendant Kriol People (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Oct. 3, 2016: 2017 Texas Hill Country Calendar Available for Sale: Photo Contest Winners Announced (Texas Hill Country) Link | PDF

    Sept. 30, 2016: Madagascar’s Largest Tortoise Could Become Extinct In 2 Years (The Wire) Link | PDF

    Sept. 30, 2016: Lollipops Could Lure Elusive Tree Rat Out of Hiding (LiveScience) Link | PDF

    Sept. 30, 2016: Keith Winsten: Jamaican government reverses course on port (Florida Today) Link | PDF

    Sept. 28, 2016: Environmentalists welcome scrapping of Goat Island project (Jamaican Observer) Link | PDF

    Sept. 27, 2016: Two Years to Ploughshare Tortoise Extinction? (Scientific American) Link | PDF

    Sept. 27: Madagascar’s largest tortoise could become extinct in 2 years (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Sept. 27, 2016: Madagascan tortoise on verge of extinction (Daily News): Link | PDF

    Sept. 27, 2016: Emergency appeal launched to save the Ploughshare Tortoise (ITV Report) Link | PDF

    Sept. 26, 2016: The Ploughshare Tortoise’s Countdown to Extinction (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Sept. 26, 2016: The Nicaraguan frontier: a treasure trove under siege (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    Sept. 22, 2016: Top conservation players unite to map, monitor and conserve vital places (Green Times) Link | PDF

    Sept. 13, 2016: 2 super-competitive birders race across North America to see most species (Minnesota Star Tribune) Link | PDF

    Sept. 13, 2016: Incer Barquero: “No hay política ambiental” (Confidencial) Link | PDF

    Sept. 12, 2016: Vídeo: Una expedición a la reserva Indio Maíz: la invasión de los colonos y el despale (Confidencial) Link | PDF

    Sept. 10, 2016: Indio Maiz bio-preserve, ancestral lands in Nicaragua threatened by colonists (The Costa Rica Star) Link | PDF

    Sept. 10, 2016: La reserva biológica Indio Maíz, un hogar ancestral de Nicaragua bajo acecho (La Vanguardia) Link | PDF

    Sept. 11, 2016: Birders Set a Record (Valley News) Link | PDF

    Sept. 6, 2016: Two rivals break American birdwatching record (The Malone Telegraph) Link | PDF

    Sept. 6, 2016: Two rivals broke American birdwatching’s biggest record — and they’re still racing (Alaska Dispatch News) Link | PDF

    Sept. 4, 2016: Listen: Searching for the Last Unicorn (Wisconsin Public Radio/To the best of our Knowledge) Link | PDF

    Sept. 4, 2016: Como o panda-gigante, o mais carismático e querido dos bichos, está sendo salvo da extinção na China (National Geographic Brasil) Link | PDF

    Sept. 1, 2016: Two rivals broke American birdwatching’s biggest record–and they’re still madly racing (Washington Post) Link | PDF

    August 31, 2016: Program at Henry Vilas Zoo helps endangered species (WISC-TV News3) Link | PDF

    August 31, 2016: Rescuing the Last of the Unicorns (One Green Planet) Link | PDF

    August 17, 2016: In search of a lost species: the Santa Marta Toro (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    August 17, 2016: The Search for Toro in the Sierra Nevada (The City Paper-Bogotá) Link | PDF

    August 16, 2016: The Wild Frogs, Newts and Salamanders That Have Eluded Cameras for Decades (Atlas Obscura) Link | PDF

    August 11, 2016: Premio Sabin por salvar a la rana del lago Titicaca (Los Tiempos) Link | PDF

    August 10, 2016: Researchers on the hunt for adorable rodent thought extinct for 113 years (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    August 9, 2016: Front-line conservationists lack adequate insurance despite facing armed gangs and deadly animals (Independent) Link | PDF

    August 8, 2016: Animal Holy Grail: Find Toro (Discovery News/Seeker) Link | PDF

    August 2016: Pandas Get to Know Their Wild Side (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    August 2016: Fotos: Indio Maíz agoniza (Confidencial) Link | PDF

    August 2016 issue: Kelly Green profile (Austin Monthly) PDF

    July 26, 2016: Two Guys Just Broke the North American Big Year Record–But How? (Audubon) Link | PDF

    July 25, 2016: Aussie swoops in and pinches coveted ‘Big year’ prize (Daily Telegraph) Link | PDF

    July 25, 2016: Tasmanian Devil extinction threat increases, but Devil Ark offers a solution to save the species (Newcastle Herald) Link | PDF

    July 25, 2016: Not-for-profit organisation calling on Upper Hunter community to support project (Hunter Valley News) Link | PDF

    July 24, 2016: How a secret location near Sydney is helping save the Tasmanian devil (The Sydney Morning Herald) Link | PDF

    July 21, 2016: Birder sets record, 753, for Big Year list, and 2016’s still young (The Spokesman-Review) Link | PDF

    July 15, 2016: Saving the Saola: a 20th century discovery, a 21st century challenge (Thanh Nien) Link | PDF

    July 15, 2016: Saving the Saola: a 20th century discovery, a 21st century challenge (Báo Mới) Link | PDF

    July 13, 2016: Big Year birder on course to set new North American single-year record (BirdWatching Magazine) Link | PDF

    July 11, 2016: World Calls for Urgent Action to Save “Asian Unicorn” in Laos, Vietnam (Lao News Agency) Link | PDF

    July 2016: Making a Difference: Global Wildlife Conservation (Life in Travis Heights) PDF

    June 15, 2016: How Boise Might Help Save the ‘Last Unicorn’ (Boise Weekly) PDF | Link

    June 1, 2016: Estudo com primatas rende prêmio internacional a pesquisadora da Ufes (Globo G1) Link | PDF

    May 26, 2016: Frogs That Escaped Extinction (New York Times) Link | PDF

    May 25, 2016: The Borneo rainbow toad has been missing for 87 years — until now (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    May 24, 2016: Brasil recebe inédito prêmio mundial de meio ambiente (ECO Brasília) Link | PDF

    May 24, 2016: The Planet’s Lost Amphibians (Discover Magazine) Link | PDF

    May 20, 2016: Top 5 environmental sites at risk in Latin America (Blouin News) Link | PDF

    May 19, 2016: The world’s frogs are disappearing. These photos show the most amazing ones left. (Vox) Link | PDF

    May 17, 2016: Zoo news: this month’s animal antics from around the globe (The Guardian) Link | PDF

    May 17, 2016: In Search of Lost Frogs (bioGraphic) Link | PDF

    May 11, 2016: Nicaragua canal threatens jaguars, other endangered species, study finds (Tico Times) Link | PDF

    May 9, 2016: Nicaragua Canal would threatened endangered species says study (Mongabay) Link | PDF

    April 29, 2016: Construcción de canal interoceánico amenaza especies (Science and Development Network) Link | PDF

    April 25, 2016: Un país puede cambiar de piel (NewsWeek en Español) Link | PDF

    April 24, 2016: Global wildlife conservation in Austin (KVUE) Link

    April 22, 2016: Earth Day: Rising number of wildlife threatened by climate change (KXAN) Link | PDF

    April 12, 2016: Zoológico de Boston intenta rescatar al danto en Nicaragua (El Nuevo Diario) Link | PDF

    April 10, 2016: Wild Tiger Population Increases for First Time 100 Years (Newsweek) Link | PDF

    April 1, 2016: Experts Draft Plan to Protect Endangered Nicaraguan Wildlife from $50 Billion Canal Construction (Care2.com) Link | PDF

    March 30, 2016: De Massachusetts a Nicaragua: Trabajando por el bienestar de los tapires centroamericanos (El Planeta) Link | PDF

    March 24, 2016: Mitigation Strategies Proposed To Save Endangered Animals in Nicaragua (Headline News and Global News) Link | PDF

    March 23, 2016: Working to save endangered species in Nicaragua (ScienceDaily) Link | PDF

    March 23, 2016: MSU part of team working to save endangered species in Nicaragua (PhysOrg) Link | PDF

    March 11, 2016: Will mining company drive mass extinction of Madagascar’s wildlife? (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    March 10, 2016: A stripy carnivore you’ve never heard of is clinging to survival in the forests of Laos (EarthTouch News Network) Link | PDF

    March 9, 2016: Protecting Central America’s Five Largest Wild Places: Indio Maíz-Tortuguero (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) Link | PDF

    March 7, 2016: Laos could be the ‘most important’ home for the elusive Owston’s civet (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    March 2, 2016: Getting SMART about Wildlife Crime (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    Feb. 25, 2016: The Disappearing Frogs (WUNC) Link | PDF

    Feb. 23, 2016: Award-winning National Geographic photographer heads to the Triangle and Sandhills region to talk lost frogs (Triangle Arts & Entertainment) Link | PDF

    Feb. 13, 2016: A Ban on Salamanders is Just Part of the Fight Against This Deadly Fungus (Smithsonian) Link | PDF

    Jan. 25, 2016: Salamander Fungus: Lacey Act to Keep Out 201 Foreign Amphibians (Nature World News) Link | PDF

    Jan. 21, 2016: Scientists rush to save an iconic frog from an active volcano in Ecuador (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    Jan. 20, 2016: Invasive amphibian fungus could threaten US salamander populations (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Jan. 8, 2016: “Fierce and Fragile” opens at the Bruce Museum with a Roar and Purrs with Delight (Greenwich Free Press)  Link | PDF

    Jan. 6, 2016: What does the Paris agreement mean for the world’s other 8 million species? (The Guardian) Link | PDF

    Dec. 27, 2015: Zoo craft project aims to save animals (Wisconsin State Journal) Link | PDF

    Dec. 21, 2015: Salamanders: Deadly Skin Disease Threatening European Populations; New Conservation Methods Could Prevent Spread to North America (Nature World News) Link | PDF

    Dec. 18, 2015: Volcano Meets Rare Frog; Ecuador Campaigns to Save Frog (Nature World News) Link | PDF

    Nov. 18, 2015: Star-studded Performance Opens First of its Kind Earth in Concert Exhibit at California Science Center (BusinessWire) Link | PDF

    Nov. 13, 2015: Grammy Winner Judith Hill Appears on Today’s CBS THIS MORNING (BroadwayWorld) Link | PDF

    Nov. 4, 2015: Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson, Jack Johnson, Sting and Pharrell Williams’ musical work to feature in exhibit ‘Earth in Concert’ (radioandmusic.com) Link | PDF

    Oct. 15, 2015: Volcano Could Mean Extinction for the Rocket Frog (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    Sept. 25, 2015: Salamanders lost, salamanders found, salamanders saved (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Sept. 15, 2015: A Mega-Canal In Nicaragua Could Kill Off Jaguars and Indigenous Groups (Vice News) Link | PDF

    July 19, 2015: New nature reserve created in northern Colombia (WildlifeExtra.com) Link | PDF

    July 14, 2015: Rare bird paradise protected in war-torn Colombian mountain range (photos) (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    June 15, 2015: Two ‘lost’ animal species spotted in Palawan (Rappler) Link | PDF

    June 3, 2015: Two Species Assumed To Be Extinct Were Just Rediscovered (Huffington Post) Link | PDF

    June 3, 2015: ‘Extinct’ amphibians found in Palawan (The Manila Times) Link | PDF

    June 2, 2015: “Extinct” Amphibians Rediscovered After Nearly Half a Century (National Geographic) Link | PDF

    May 8, 2015: Researchers find treasure trove of unique, threatened animals in Philippine forest (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    April 13, 2015: Local artists, festival archives featured at Come-See-Me (The Herald) Link | PDF

    April 8, 2015: Disappearing Frogs Project part of Come-See-Me Festival in Rock Hill (The Herald) Link | PDF

    March 29, 2015: Cleveland researchers discover new frog species in Ecuador (The Columbus Dispatch) Link | PDF

    March 24, 2015: New shape-shifting ‘punk’ frog knows how to blend in (CNET) Link | PDF

    March 24, 2015: This skin-changing frog is basically the real Mystique (EarthTouch News Network) Link | PDF

    March 23, 2015: Abila Launches Abila Elevate Fundraising Platform to Help Nonprofits Spend More Time Reaching and Engaging Donors and Prospects (BusinessWeek) Link | PDF

    March 21, 2015: Riled Herpetologists Press Obama Administration to Protect America’s Salamanders from a Fungal Threat (New York Times) Link | PDF

    Feb. 25, 2015: Amphibian chytrid fungus reaches Madagascar (Phys.org) Link | PDF

    Oct. 28, 2014: When a scientist picks up a camera: An interview with Andrew Snyder (Mother Nature Network) Link | PDF

    June 4, 2014: Guatemala establishes new reserve for endangered animals (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    May 10, 2014: 14 new Indian ‘dancing’ frog species may become extinct (Las Vegas Review-Journal) Link | PDF

    May 8, 2014: 14 new “dancing frog” species found in India, but how long can they survive? (CBS News) Link | PDF

    Jan. 4, 2014: Key highland habitat for rare condor protected in Ecuador (MONGABAY) Link | PDF

    Oct. 28, 2013: A Dream Team of International Scientists Explore Unchartered Wilderness in Guyana (National Geographic Voices) Link | PDF

    Oct. 7, 2013: Scientists discover scores of species in Suriname’s ‘Tropical Eden’ (NBC News) Link | PDF

    Oct. 7, 2013: Cocoa Frog Among New Species Discovered in ‘Pristine’ Ecosystem (LiveScience) Link | PDF

    Oct. 2, 2013: New Species Found in ‘Tropical Eden’: Photos (Discovery News) Link | PDF

     


    Saola Work

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    Amphibians

    Read about our work through the Amphibian Survival Alliance and Amphibian Specialist Group