Controlling invasive species and restoring native habitats benefits more than just wildlife! Hispanic Access Foundation intern, Kelly Vera, shares the love for her work in her goal to engage communities and restore natural areas.
Rhode Island’s rivers, which have been used and abused in the past, are gaining new life as dams are removed and disposal practices change. This is good news for wildlife and people alike.
This time of year, piping plovers are returning to beaches up and down the East Coast, preparing to lay eggs and raise chicks in their summer homes. But where have these shorebirds been all winter? Biologists have discovered some in the Turks and Caicos Islands.