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The way people in the Florida Panhandle have made a living for generations is now illegal.
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Canada's last intact ice shelf has broken apart.
An unusually high number of pink flamingos have amassed in the wetlands of southern France along with their offspring.
Authorities say they've found an unfinished tunnel stretching from Arizona to Mexico that appears to be “the most sophisticated tunnel in U_S_ history."
Two rehabilitated sea turtles, rescued at different times and locations by the U.S. Coast Guard, have been released off the Florida Keys.
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Hurricane season has already been busy this year, but forecasters say it should get even nastier soon.
Florida is seeing slightly more than the average number of manatee deaths this year.
President Donald Trump says he would “listen to both sides” after his eldest son and a campaign adviser urged him to intervene to block a proposed copper and gold mine in...
Thousands of people remain under evacuation orders early Monday after a wildfire in mountains east of Los Angeles exploded in size and forced crews to battle flames in tr...
A new documentary by director Ron Howard captures a town's tough recovery following one of the most devastating wildfires in California's history.
The U.S. government says four huge dams on the Snake River in Washington state will not be removed to help endangered salmon migrate to the ocean.
The Trump administration is proposing to define what land and water can be declared as “habitat” for imperiled plants and animals _ potentially excluding areas that speci...
The city’s resiliency committee on Thursday heard the results of a survey done among Duval County residents as to Jacksonville’s readiness to deal with the threat from st...
Seals are thriving off the Northeast coast thanks to decades of protections, and that victory for wildlife has brought more human encounters with sharks.
The state’s Blue-Green Algae Task Force met Wednesday for the first time since October.
A Native American tribe has reclaimed a small part of ancestral lands on California’s Big Sur coast that were lost to Spanish colonial settlement nearly 250 years ago.
A family who lives along along the Ortega River is concerned as silt from a construction site continues to flow into the waterway after heavy rainfall.
A four-mile area of coastal waters in the French Mediterranean is off-limits to recreational boats, swimmers and divers after a chemical spill from a petrochemical plant ...
Russian scientists are working to retrieve a well-preserved skeleton of a woolly mammoth from a lake in northern Siberia.
The nonprofit land conservation organization must raise $150,000 by October to purchase 12 acres of land that will be added to the preserve.
As the coronavirus pandemic subsides for now in the hard-hit Northeast, public health officials in the region are bracing for an outbreak of another mysterious virus: eas...
Vietnam says it is banning wildlife imports and will close wildlife markets in response to the threat from diseases that can jump from animals to humans, such as the viru...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says there’s enough scientific evidence that two rare plants in Nevada’s desert could go extinct to warrant a year-long review of wheth...
The first hurricane to threaten the United States since the start of the coronavirus pandemic is presenting new challenges to officials long accustomed to tropical storms...
The developer of a proposed copper and gold mine near the headwaters of a major U.S. salmon fishery in southwest Alaska is expressing confidence it's on track to win key ...
An executive in charge of building two nuclear reactors in South Carolina that never generated a watt of power has pleaded guilty to fraud.
There were plenty of acorns this spring, and now the chipmunks are driving people nuts.
A new study shows that Ecuadorian Hillstar hummingbirds can sing and hear pitches beyond the range of other birds.