Vicki Croke joins Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd to discuss the significance of China’s announcement on Friday that it will shut down its domestic commercial ivory market — the world’s largest — by the end of this year. Many conservation groups are calling it a “game changer” in the effort to save elephants.
The ongoing story and debate of whether wild jaguars might make a comeback here in the United States just got an intriguing update.
Tunnels for penguins, overpasses for pronghorn, culverts for cougars—all part of a growing conservation movement to help animals cross dangerous roads and to reconnect wild habitats in an increasingly-fragmented world. Vicki talks with Robin Young at Here&Now about some amazing “wildlife crossings.”
Vicki Croke talks to Here&Now’s Jeremy Hobson about the issue of emotional support animals on airplanes.
Vicki Croke talks to Here&Now’s Jeremy Hobson about the aftermath of what appears to be a dangerous prank.
Vicki Croke talks with Here&Now’s Jeremy Hobson about everything from so-called “grolar bears” to Caspian terns.
With just 50 of their kind left, Asiatic cheetahs find an ally in legendary field biologist George Schaller.
The fighting spirit of a greater one-horned rhino, who was translocated days ago, illustrates what’s going right for the species.
Arizona biologists share the first video images of the only known jaguar in the US in hopes of saving him and his home.
In the Pacific Northwest, scientists are wondering why so many of one clan’s calves are turning out to be boys.