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A wildlife crossing near Los Angeles aims to expand the terrain where animals can roam
Most of the $90 million price tag for the crossing — about 60% — comes from private donations.
One tourism company tries to bounce back after being hit with travel bans
John Gibson, a director at Chobe Holdings, said that although the U.K.'s COVID travel bans hurt business, bookings are starting to pick up.
Bear Cam founder explains the (nonprofit) business of live streaming
Can't take your eyes away? You're not the only one.
Now hiring: Hedgehog Officer
Suffolk Wildlife Trust in the U.K. is looking for the new face of hedgehog conservation
The food chain of rodenticide
Most people would be happy to get rid of rat problems, but that can lead to effects on other wildlife, too.
Roadkill: Not the best way to get dinner
Montana legislators debate whether drivers who hit large game like deer should be allowed to take the carcass home. But there's not much edible meat on an animal hit full speed.