The U.S. is helping African partners protect wildlife. Learn how these efforts are reducing trafficking and preserving endangered species.
Pangolins and rhinos are two of the most trafficked animals in Africa to satisfy intense demand from China. See what America's doing to thwart it.
The U.S. government is helping a nonprofit group return Madagascar's endangered tortoises to the wild after the COVID-19 pandemic cost the group funding.
New innovations in facial recognition technology are allowing conservationists to identify and better study bears in the wild.
New innovations developed as part of the U.S. Department of State's annual Zoohackathon aim to combat wildlife trafficking around the world.
Global wildlife trafficking hurts animals, people and the environment. The U.S. government is working to stop this illegal business.
Secretary Pompeo called for the closing of wildlife markets that sell wild animals and have been linked to COVID-19 and other diseases.
Learn how biologists from Cornell University are tapping into new technology to track and protect African elephants from poaching.
Endangered animals may get some protection thanks to new apps developed at the second annual Zoohackathon, co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.