Records going back to the mid-1800s show millions were hunted.
Molly Mendenhall of Four Moons Farm in Los Lunas happened upon farming. After dropping out of the University of New Mexico, where she had been studying evolutionary biology, she moved to a house in Bosque Farms where, “instead of paying rent, I was planting fruit trees for the owner,” she says.
You probably use it every day and don’t think once about gorillas. In today’s world, it’s almost impossible to get by without a mobile phone, but they’re wreaking havoc for these primates.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s most recent Ebola outbreak, which has already claimed 105 human lives, is making great-ape conservation more challenging in an already volatile region.
The seashell trade is little known, but the massive industry devastates marine life worldwide.
Farming is in José Gonzalez’s blood. After all, he’s a third-generation farmer and started learning the ropes from his grandparents and mother at age 5. José and his wife María run Gonzalez Farms, a 12-year member of the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market community.
More than 10,000 reptile species in every shape and size scurry and slither across Earth, from garter snakes to crocodiles — and their nether regions are just as wildly varied.
In January, U.S. President Donald Trump reinstated the global gag rule, first introduced under Ronald Reagan.