Many farmers rely on European honey bees to pollinate their plants, but the introduced species can negatively impact a native pollinator.
Artificial light disorients seabirds that navigate by moonlight, sometimes causing the birds to fall from the sky where hungry predators wait.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that its successful eradication effort marks the first time yellow crazy ants have been removed from such a large area in the U.S.
Pauses in cat sterilization efforts during the pandemic haven’t seemed to significantly affect populations, but it will be a while before the full impacts of 2020 are clear.
The new data suggests the population of akikiki — a honeycreeper bird found only on Kauai — may be declining faster than previously thought.
New refuges are sought as scientists battle disease-carrying mosquitoes in the face of a changing climate.
Conservationists are looking to Maui as a possible short-term solution for reestablishing alala in the wild.
A new study found that human activity was to blame for more than half of all known seal deaths in the islands over the past quarter century.
Fewer trips to the field have become the norm as scientists adapt by working from home and connecting with colleagues.