The endangered American burying beetle is a natural recycler that feeds on carcasses. Find out why they’re doing the best on islands in New England. This is part of our Endangered Species Act 40th Anniversary celebration!
The Madison cave isopod isn’t cute and fluffy, but protecting this crustacean means safeguarding our water supply. After surviving millions of years, it now resides in only a few underground caves and aquifers.
We’re so excited about the new interactive map highlighting endangered species efforts in each state across the nation. Each day we’ll feature a state, partner and animal. Today, Virginia!