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July 26, 2006Spirit of High Andes Yields More Feline Secrets

July 26, 2006CI Helps Fight An Alien Invasion
Campaign by New Pacific Islands Program Protects Native Habitats

June 2006Wildlife Sanctuary Re-opens on Post-Conflict Tiwai Island

June 2006Tricks of the Trade
CI Campaign Held As Model to Halt the Sale, Production of Bushmeat

June 2006Supporting Cooperative Efforts to Ensure Vaquita Survival and Local Livelihoods

June 2006Deep Sea Bottom Trawling
Ravaging the Least Protected Place on Earth

May 17, 2006Who Are You Calling Extinct?
Long-Lost Harlequin Frog Subspecies Rediscovered in the Andes

May 2, 2006Biodiversity Is In the Red
New Data Identifies 784 Species Extinct, 16,119 Highly Threatened

April 11, 2006Study Says Global Warming May Trigger Wave of Extinctions

April 2006Strictly Prohibited, Sea Turtle Hunting and Trade Persist

April 2006Sea Turtle Conservation With a Global Perspective

March 2006China Shows Commitment to Golden Monkeys

February 2006Mysterious Bird of Paradise: Lost and Found

January 2006Ranchers Give Refuge to Pantanal Jaguars

December 2005There’s Still Time For Earth’s Most Threatened

November 2005Tambopata Breeding Projects Take Flight

November 2005Endangered Cat is Still On The Prowl

November 2005Wow! Is That a 'Roo Up the Tree?
Rare Matschie’s tree kangaroos occupy the same ecological niche as monkeys

November 2005Making New Friends to Save a Rare Wallaby

September 2005Disturbing Costs of Unsustainable Fishing

September 2005Ravaging the Reefs
The Asian Live Fish Trade

September 2005Rediscovering an Asian Galapagos
The Mentawai Islands Prove to Be Rich in Endemic Wildlife and Indigenous Culture

June 2005A Bird, a Tree, an Idea, a Recovery
An unusual convergence of conservation and religion brings mutual benefits for both

June 2005The Fascinating Land of the Lemurs

June 2005Goodbye to the Baiji? Not If These Scientists Can Help It
An unusual convergence of conservation and religion brings mutual benefits for both

June 2005New Primate Discovered in Tanzania
The First in Africa in More Than 20 Years

April 2005Primates On the Brink
One in Four of Mankind’s Closest Living Relatives are at Risk of Extinction

March 2005Protecting Rare Birds in Mexico and Trinidad

December 2004Ask the Scientist: Sea Turtles

Fall 2004Troubled Waters

Fall 2004Thousands of Species at Risk of Extinction
More focused conservation efforts needed to reverse declines

Fall 2004Surviving on the Edge

Fall 2004Losing Nature's Magicians

Fall 2004The Midwife Toad's Tale

Fall 2004A Catastrophic Decline
Amphibians are disappearing with unprecedented speed

September 2004The Great Primate Debate

Summer 2004Study finds hundreds of unprotected threatened species

Summer 2004Putting butterflies to work in the Amazon

Summer 2004Awareness campaign targets young Ghanaians

Spring 2004Partners rally to save Earth's largest cat


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