Predator-Prey Project

Who’s eating who? Where? How often? As wolves return to Washington State, people have questions. But understanding complex predator-prey dynamics in landscapes where people live, work and recreate is not […]

American Scar

Dynamite blasts echo through canyons as construction for the southern border threatens flora and fauna for centuries to come.


Magali salinas has dedicated 15 years of her life to rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing wild animals in the Peruvian Amazon rainforest. She talks about her life and the struggles she […]

A Conversation With Dr. Jane Goodall

Dr. Jane Goodall accepts DCEFF’s 2022 Environmental Champion Award and sits down with DCEFF Board Member and National Geographic’s Director of Special Global Events Gregory McGruder for a discussion of […]

La Voz del Mar: Hope for Hawksbill Turtles

Hawksbill turtles are critically endangered globally, and for many years it was believed they had disappeared from El Salvador. Today, grassroots conservation is delivering renewed hope for hawksbills. Each year, […]

Water’s Way: Thinking Like a Watershed

Millions of beaver ponds and dams once sponsored a lush mosaic of wetlands throughout the Chesapeake region. These slowed and spread and retained water flowing to the Bay from every […]

Fish & The Flame

When a supposedly extinct fish resurfaces in the path of oncoming wildfire, a Colorado biologist braves the flames on a daring rescue mission.

Last of My Kind

A WaterBear Original One hundred and sixty species have become extinct over the past decade, and the rate of loss is increasing rapidly. FaithInvest’s Martin Palmer leads a service to […]

When Rivers Return

Learn about the positive impact of river restorations in Maine and Massachusetts, narrated by local people.

Squeezing the Marsh

The humble Saltmarsh sparrow lives in a habitat that’s threatened by climate change. The marshes they live in are being squeezed out of existence —development on one side, and rising […]