Tag: The Nature Conservancy

January 7, 2022

Watch: New preserve connects Northern and Southern California

A massive new nature preserve is helping create a wildlife corridor connecting Northern and Southern California. The 112-square-mile Randall Preserve, The Nature Conservancy’s largest holding in California, links a patchwork...

October 21, 2020

A roadmap for species on the move from climate change

Scientists at The Nature Conservancy have identified and mapped a network of landscapes across the United States with unique topographies, geologies and other characteristics they believe can withstand climate impacts....

January 24, 2019

Ancient East Coast cypress trees protected in conservancy

A tract of land in North Carolina that is home to the oldest trees east of the Rockies — bald cypress trees dating to Roman times — is being protected...

January 10, 2018

Can a ‘twitch’ be a pitch for wildlife?

The black-backed oriole typically subsists on monarch butterflies in the forests of central Mexico, but when one appeared in suburban Pennsylvania last January, thousands of birders flocked to get a...

Florida panther
June 17, 2015

Conservation Easement Secures Florida Panther Habitat

A conservation easement in LaBelle, Florida has given additional hope to the last remaining subspecies of cougar in the eastern United States. While the debate rages on about whether or...

Ponderosa pine forests
June 4, 2015

Forest Thinning Project Underway In Texas

The Nature Conservancy’s Davis Mountains Preserve in western Texas is undergoing a much needed forest thinning project, courtesy of a partnership between the Conservancy and the Texas A&M Forest Service,...