wildlife conservation

Honeybee covered with pollen sitting on yellow flower (© Dancestrokes/Shutterstock.com)

Take this quiz to see if you have the buzz on...

In honor of World Honeybee Day on August 19, take our quiz on pollinators and learn about their environmental benefits.
Butterflies on flowers (Courtesy of Pollinator Partnership)

Planting to help pollinators becomes popular in the U.S.

From farms to college campuses, more and more Americans are planting bee-friendly gardens, lawns, orchards and public spaces.
Illustration of wildlife, including sea turtle swimming under water. (© Anzalone)

Celebrating World Sea Turtle Day [poster]

Celebrate World Sea Turtle Day June 16 by protecting these endangered creatures, and spread the word by downloading this poster.
Sea turtle swimming over coral reef (© Willyam Bradberry/Shutterstock)

These sea turtles face peril

Learn about the greatest threats to sea turtles, and how conservationists are working to ensure a future for these prehistoric creatures.
Young girls in school uniforms holding large seeds (Courtesy of Patricia Kombo)

These women are creating climate solutions

These four women are helping to conserve the environment and find climate crisis solutions in their communities around the world.
Aerial view of rainforest, vegetation and waterway (© Education Images/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)

Conserving the Congo Basin’s precious ecosystem

Learn how the United States is working with the private sector and nongovernmental organizations to help preserve the Congo Basin.
Aerial view of eroded land surrounded by forest (© Carols Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

How ‘blood gold’ damages the Amazon rainforest in Venezuela

Illegal gold mining operations in Venezuela are destroying the Amazon rainforest, including Indigenous sacred sites.
Herd of bison roaming reservation (© Matthew Brown/AP Images)

See the land that tribes in the U.S. are protecting

Tribes, federal agencies, local governments and more are joining in the America the Beautiful Challenge to conserve land and nature.
Tiger standing in tall grass (© Cheryl Ramalho/Alamy)

Tiger populations are on the rise

Recent assessments suggest that tiger populations have risen by 40% around the world from what they were in 2010.