Seven yellow-faced bee species, Hawaii’s only native bees, have been added for protection under the Endangered Species Act. This is a first for bees in the United States.
The dusky gopher frog is small and stout, about three inches long, with warts on its back and a guttural call that sounds like a snore. It lives in the ephemeral ponds of longleaf pine forests in Mississippi. Read moreRead More »
Petitions to List Nine Species as Endangered or Threatened is “… not warranted at this time …” according to 12-Month findings issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – After a review of the “… best available scientific and commercial information, FWS finds that listing the angular dwarf crayfish,[…]Read More »