It’s one thing to raise animals in captivity, and another to ensure a species’ survival in nature.| By Jennifer S. Holland, Ami Vitale
The fleet-footed animals are particularly perky after the rains.
Where to stay, when to go, and how to plan a trip to the big cat sanctuary. | By Shashank Birla
Plus, half-a-million square miles of the Pacific Ocean get protection. | By NGT Staff
The world’s smallest cranes visit India every winter.
In Prek Toal Sanctuary, the spot-billed pelican is finally free as a bird.| By Adrienne Jordan
The Winners of the Nature InFocus Photography Awards 2016.
Around the world, people are taking conservation into their own hands.
A remote archipelago in the Pacific Ocean anchors the world’s largest contiguous marine reserve.
A coral island off Tanzania provides comfort with little intrusion.