In one of the year's feel good stories, two ailing loggerhead sea turtles have been nursed back to health at The Florida Aquarium's Center for Conservation and released back into the Atlantic Ocean at Canaveral National Seashore.
BLANDING, UTAH — Powerful Republican congressmen and governors are pressing President Donald Trump to take an unprecedented step: Reverse his predecessor’s creation of several national monuments under a law that dates back to Theodore Roosevelt.
No president has ever attempted such a reversal, and legal experts doubt it could succeed.
America's national parklands and forests for too long have been allowed to fall into disrepair, and Congress must take dedicated steps to reverse that trend, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee was told Tuesday.
Hunters, fishermen and environmental activists: it’s not often these groups are mentioned in the same breath. But recently they’re finding themselves standing shoulder to shoulder over the issue of public lands.
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WVLT) -- More than a hundred people are filing a lawsuit against the National Park Service regarding the Gatlinburg wildfires in November, according to a spokesperson for a Gatlinburg Wildfire online support group.
March 21, 2017 —Conservationists often look to historical data to determine the baseline population or range of a species threatened by human activity, information that is then used to set goals for protecting that plant or animal.