Photos and Video
Orphaned baby southern white rhinos (with ranger Yusuf Gilisho) snooze after a meal of milk at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, in the foothills of Mount Kenya. Created in 1995, Lewa has become a role model for sustainable wildlife conservation throughout East Africa. Today, it hosts more than 60 rhinos. © Ami Vitale
The Price of Poaching
As poaching rises across Africa, some communities are taking a stand--and winning.
Some communities are taking a stand against poaching--and winning.
Program provides “pop-up” habitat for migratory birds.
Cuba's healthy coral reefs help regenerate the entire Caribbean.
Adirondack Park gets thousands of acres of former timber lands.
An unlikely coalition restores the Escalante River.
Art and conservation go together like paint on canvas.
Photographer Blake Gordon talks about the Edwards Aquifer.
Restoring the heavily harvested forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
In Northern Australia, a new generation heals their homelands.
What does it take to restore a short-grass prairie in Mexico?