Historically shortchanged, tribes would get conservation aid under bipartisan bill

The Walker River Paiute Tribe, located in Schurz, Nevada, is not bear country. But because of the wildfires ravaging California, these animals are escaping to new and safer habitats.

A not-so happy Halloween for Maryland’s struggling bat population

Halloween is known as one of the spookiest times of the year, filled with witches, ghosts, and scattering bats. But Maryland’s flapping, black creatures may be less prevalent this year, like years in the recent past.

Once the Capital of Boring Food, Washington Evolves to Culinary Cutting Edge

It’s not just half-smokes and mumbo sauce anymore

Maryland Squirrel Pulled From Endangered List Following Conservation Action

A once at-risk squirrel was taken off the federal endangered species list on Monday.

Horseshoe Crabs Tagged for Research Along Atlantic Coast

Everyday people who walk along the beaches can assist researchers by reporting the location of tagged horseshoe crabs they find.

Students Help To Restore Pataspco River

Volunteers from three Baltimore city schools are cleaning up trash and planting sea grasses in the rocky sand along the Patapsco River.

Thousands Could Be Eating Contaminated Anacostia Fish

Half of the Anacostia fishermen share their contaminated fish with others along the watershed, according to a new survey released by local environmental groups.