Scientists have recently determined that a European fungus is decimating whole colonies of bats in New England.
The Little Penguins are disappearing around Sydney in Australia, but a new tool — a dog — is helping conservationists get a handle on their hard-to-find birds.
A small video camera was lowered into Darwin Harbor to monitor the health of that ecosystem. They discovered more than 50 fish — some not known to live in the area — and pronounced it very healthy.
Jeanie, a famous bear with distinct markings, was shot and killed in Whistler, Canada, last week after becoming too aggressive toward humans.
With shark populations threatened around the world, the Bahamas has become a sort of sanctuary for the creatures. And it's also become a beacon for people who want to get up-close with the powerful creatures.
A pair of whimbrels had survived a hurricane and had nearly completed their lengthy, 3,000 mile migration when they were shot from the sky by hunters in the Caribbean country of Guadeloupe.
The growth of Nairobi is choking a big piece of African wilderness, The Nairobi National Park, where thousands of wild migrating animals call home.
A First Nation community in British Columbia hopes exposing the rare white black bear will help protect the species from threat of a planned oil pipeline project.
In Ecuador's Pompeya market, bushmeat hunters sell animals caught in the rainforest, and that has ecologists worried.