Molly the Barn Owl

Molly the Barn Owl is a real-life nature lesson, a rare opportunity to watch motherhood in the wild.  Molly, a female barn owl nesting in San Marcos California, has laid six eggs (two of which hatched) and enjoyed numerous meals — all broadcast live on USTREAM! ...

Photo of the Week – 3.29.10

Robert Glenn Ketchum, iLCP member and our photographer of the month, took this photo of an undisturbed salmon habitat in Southwest Alaska (Bristol Bay). Read about Robert’s conservation work in Southwest...

Learn how private conservation is protecting the Amazon

Did you know that more than 2 million hectares of the Amazon under private ownership is protected by some form of conservation effort?  It’s a pretty amazing fact — and the Amazon is a pretty amazing place.   One in ten known species in the world live in...

CITES Stands up for Elephants

Last week during its meeting in Doha, Qatar, CITES (Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species) rejected the highly debated proposals by Tanzania and Zambia to relax their restrictions on ivory trading and host a one-time sell-off of 112 tons of ivory. ...
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