FYI News

Tiger numbers rise across Asia

Tiger numbers throughout much of Asia are on the rise. The International Union for Conservation of Nature estimates between 3,726 and 5,578 tigers roam the continent. Those numbers are up about 40% from 2015. But

Conservation News

Mapping global threats of biodiversity

Pulling together information on threatened and endangered wildlife, researchers were able to predict which taxa and geographic areas are more likely to face certain threats. This can give conservationists a baseline of where and how

Conservation News

Hawaii’s Invertebrates Dwindling Fast

Hawaii was once known for its diversity in colorful plants and assorted wildlife. However, in recent decades researchers have noted extreme losses and have even deemed the islands the “extinction capital of the world.” Further,