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These Conservationists Are Working to Protect Some of the Most Unique and Endangered Species featured in the National Geographic Photo Ark: Meet the Second Cohort of National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellows

The National Geographic Society and the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) are pleased to announce the second cohort of National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellows. These 13 conservationists will work with Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species in Asia featured ...

Lessons from the 2019 Living with Wildlife Conference

From Jan. 23 to 25, ranchers and conservationists gathered in Lewistown, Montana, for the 2019 Living with Wildlife Conference, sponsored by the National Geographic Society and organized by American Prairie Reserve (APR). APR is working to create the largest nature reserve in the ...

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Q&A with National Geographic Fellow Rae Wynn-Grant

National Geographic Fellow, carnivore ecologist, and STEM diversity activist Rae Wynn-Grant has been making a difference for bears, lions, and the communities who interact with them for over a decade. Most recently, she has been working in the Great Plains ...

Big Cats Initiative Grantees Develop New Lion Alert System

Today, the journal Frontiers of Ecology and Evolution published an analysis of a new lion alert system designed to protect lions and help communities thrive. This innovative approach to promoting human-wildlife coexistence was developed with support from the National Geographic ...