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Moment in the Sun: Species’ Summer Adaptations Provide Ways to Protect Them

The sun has moved to its highest position in the sky this year. We’ve experienced the day with the longest period of daylight and the shortest night of the year. All of this can only mean one thing: it’s summertime in the US. …

June 19, 2024

Even Armored Species Need Protection: Conserving the Turtles of the US

“It’s hard not to instantly fall in love with bog turtles. They have such big personalities for such small turtles. I could sit there and watch one all day,” said Emilly Nolan, ARC Southern Appalachians Program Coordinator….

June 7, 2024

Unlocking Awe: How Amphibians and Reptiles Can Invoke Its Profound Benefits

What’s your physical reaction when you experience something that inspires wonder, like a beautiful species or an immense sweeping landscape?…

May 17, 2024

Frog Friend or Foe: The Problematic Legacy of the American Bullfrog

The American bullfrog is an amphibious powerhouse with an equally powerful impact on the ecosystems it inhabits. …

May 1, 2024

Why Shouldn’t You Be Optimistic About Protecting Endangered Wildlife?

How do you have optimism in the face of climate change, the collapse of wildlife populations, deforestation, pollution, and all…

April 19, 2024

Conserving Imperiled Amphibians and Reptiles When Federal Protections Lag

A lot of us assume that when a species is in danger of extinction, it’ll be listed for protection under…

March 27, 2024

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