When it comes to identifying plant species, making mistakes is part of the process. That's why this botanist and curator recommends, "Never erase anything!"
Roads connect people, but they separate animals. Solutions for badgers in Europe.
Endangered Florida panthers benefited from the introduction of Texan pumas into their population.
Satellite images show severe deforestation in a rare monarch butterfly overwintering site in Mexico.
Beyond oil-coated pelicans, the Gulf oil spill imperils many lesser-known species.
Even isolated colonies of Pacific albatrosses can eat a stomach-full of plastic trash.
As the suburbs flourish, wood turtles struggle to survive.
This exercise should familiarize the students with the graphic organizers.
This discussion explores the difference between natural and human-made boundaries and their effect on isolated populations.
Introduce students to the bighorn sheep Science Bulletin video, the scientist who conducted the research, Clinton Epps, and the effect of highways on Las Vegas and the sheep habitat.