Condor program personnel monitoring the pair at Zion National Park have verified the presence of a chick, but recent events have everyone on high alert. The father, Condor 337, died with high levels of lead in his blood.
A participant in a permitted running event at Valles Caldera National Preserve in New Mexico was attacked by a female American black bear on Saturday when the individual came upon the bear’s cubs along a backcountry road being used as the event route.
A half-century after the California red-legged frog and western pond turtle disappeared from Yosemite Valley, in large part because of decisions made by humans, both species will be reintroduced to lake, river, or meadow habitats beginning this summer.
The annual congregation of grizzlies at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park and Preserve has become one of the world’s most popular wildlife spectacles. “Pearls of the Planet: Brown Bears” will air at 7 p.m. ET/PT Monday on LinkTV.
Cape Lookout National Seashore is working with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service and Duke University Marine Laboratory to monitor sea turtles in the waters of the park through November. The research area includes Cape Lookout Bight and Back and Core Sounds.
Denali National Park and Preserve rangers were investigating the illegal shooting of a cow moose inside the park, one that left two young calves to fend for themselves.
A study published in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases has documented evidence of “widespread contamination of habitat” in Hawai‘i caused by feral cats. This latest research has alarming implications for the endangered Hawaiian Goose (Nēnē) and other animals found throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
In a novel idea that possibly could be used elsewhere in the National Park System if successful, Glacier National Park officials are turning to a dog to keep wildlife a safe distance away from visitors on Logan Pass.
A 2-year-old panther that was establishing territory near a Florida neighborhood has been given a new home in Big Cypress National Preserve.
House Republicans Maneuvering To Drop ESA Protections For Wolves, Keep Disposable Water Bottles In Parks
A draft 156-page bill to fund the Interior Department for the coming fiscal year contains language that would strip Endangered Species Act protections from wolves in Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks and impede the National Park Service's efforts to ban the sale of disposable water bottles in the park system.