Razorback Sucker May Leave Endangered List

Razorback Sucker May Leave Endangered List

The razorback sucker, once the most endangered freshwater fish in America, may be removed from the endangered list today. The razorback sucker is native to the Colorado River Basin, an ancient-looking species that can grow up to three feet long and live almost half a...
Environmental Groups Work to Protect Prairie Chickens

Environmental Groups Work to Protect Prairie Chickens

Three environmental groups have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force the federal government to make more aggressive protection efforts for the prairie chicken. The lawsuit comes from a decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in March to list the lesser...
White Rhinos Disappearing in the Wild

White Rhinos Disappearing in the Wild

White Rhinos are becoming a thing of the past.  Sadly, their numbers have been on the decline for decades.  In response to that, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have placed the rhino under the protection of the Endangered Species Act. This is the last species of...
Celebrating & Remembering Earth Day

Celebrating & Remembering Earth Day

Earth Day is something most people these days have heard of, whether or not they have celebrated it. But as we move into the future, protecting and sustaining the earth has become more important than ever. These days, many live each day like it is Earth Day, and for...