We’ve shown you lots of photos from the field of the olinguito. Apart from helping to introduce the world to this creature and its habitat, we know how darling it really is. We love this new photo from our conservation partners in Colombia for so many reasons. Beyond being adora
Our conservation partners in Colombia have just returned from an extensive conservation trip deep in the La Mesenia Reserve forest restoration project—and they have some fantastic images to share! Recall that in August we reported on the discovery of the olinguito, a new mammal specie
You’ve heard the adage, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” But new research by SavingSpecies scientists offers an amazing conservation ‘deal’. Backed up by top-flight science and data, it’s too good to pass up. So what is the deal?
Yesterday, we reported on the discovery of a new mammal carnivore species, the olinguito, whose range encompasses SavingSpecies’ La Mesenia Reserve conservation project. We fervently hoped that the new species did indeed live in La Mesenia, but could not be 100% sure… until toda
Every year the world’s conservation scientists come together to share the latest scientific, technological, and professional knowledge. The International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB) is conservation biology’s equivalent of the Oscars. It is the world’s biggest venue for
Many years ago, there were sweet (and a bit cheesy) television ads for a phone company whose motto was: “We’re all connected!” They tugged at your heart strings, as the ads showed family and friends staying in touch, connected—by telephone of course—over huge distances. Today, the who
Our mother is the wonderful person who gave us life, nurtured us, and is always there for us. To all the mothers reading these words, we at SavingSpecies honor all that you have done and still do for your loved ones. And to all the children of mothers, remember this Sunday (May 12) is
SavingSpecies’ contributions to ecological science and achievements in conservation are getting noticed in a big way. In a 17 April 2013 News Feature, the acclaimed international scientific journal Nature cites SavingSpecies as an exemplar of science-based conservation.
Art for art’s sake is one thing: art for nature’s sake is entirely better! We at SavingSpecies think so. Great things can happen when art and science team up—and some truly great things are about to happen now that SavingSpecies is partnering with award-winning filmmaker Zina Brown an