Endangered Species News
Court removes obstacle to releasing wolves in New Mexico
A federal court has removed one obstacle to the U.S. government's plan to release more endangered wolves in New Mexico over the state's objections
Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent visit President Trump in the Oval Office
" Kid Rock , Sarah Palin and Ted Nugent walk into the Oval Office The setup for a comedy sketch became a political reality Wednesday, as the three conservative firebrands visited the White House for a private meeting with President Trump . The visit was not listed on the White House public
AP Exclusive: Pesticide maker tries to kill risk study
Dow Chemical is pushing a Trump administration open to scrapping regulations to ignore the findings of federal scientists who point to a family of widely used pesticides as harmful to about 1,800 critically threatened or endangered species.
DisneyNature's new movie give intimate look at China's incredible creatures
Director Lu Chuan, one of China's most celebrated filmmakers, captured amazing shots of the elusive snow leopard and Giant panda.
Conflict between wolves and ranchers touches issues of conservationism and Native American rights
A series of legislation and proposed legislation in Western states has advocates of wolf conservation concerned for the future of the animal as well as the country's respect for Native American rights, according to an advocate who spoke to ABC News. "Wolves are our sacred animals," said Roger
A clouded leopard conceived through artificial insemination born at Nashville Zoo
A male leopard cub born at the Nashville Zoo on Wednesday is the first of its species to be conceived using artificial insemination of cryopreserved -- frozen and then thawed -- semen, according to a joint announcement from the Smithsonian National Zoo and the Nashville Zoo. Clouded leopards have
Protesters and supporters gather ahead of Rep. Leonard Lance's town hall
ABC News' Charli James talks to people gathered outside of the event in Branchburg, NJ.
Washington state bill would protect identities of those who report or respond to wolf attacks
Following reports of death threats to state workers dealing with wolf attacks on livestock or pets, Washington 's state legislature has advanced a bill that would exempt from public disclosure information on people who report wolf attacks and public employees who respond. The bill has cleared a
Giraffes in Danger of Becoming Extinct in the Wild: Study
The world's tallest land mammal is now in danger of becoming extinct in the wild, a global authority on endangered species announced on Thursday. The International Union for Conservation of Nature released its updated annual Red List of Threatened Species, which now labels the iconic giraffe as