The nation's highest judiciary will decide whether a new pipeline can cross the AT as planned.
An attempt to rescue a bobcat in Colorado is the latest instance of animal lovers doing more harm than good.
Florida wildlife officials are asking for the public's help in figuring out what's disabling wild cats in the state.
The lawsuit claims that the update "undermines the fundamental purpose" of the legislation
New rules allow government to share economic impacts of listing, eliminates protections for threatened species.
Senator Elizabeth Warren is the first presidential contender to come out with a comprehensive set of public lands policy proposals – here’s what they could mean for your future trips.
David Bernhardt has years of experience in government—and longstanding professional ties to the oil industry. As the Senate considers his nomination, we break down his history.
“We never thought it would be explicitly necessary to state that it is illegal to land a helicopter in the middle of the fields and begin hiking off trail. We were wrong."
The National Resources Management Act includes over 600 pages of wilderness protections and public lands expansion. Here's what you need to know.
National Park Service had said it would shut out visitors while it assessed impact from off-road driving and damage to vegetation.
Overflowing toilets and accumulating garbage are turning Yosemite and other popular destinations into smelly landfills.
Judges quote Lorax, slam Forest Service in ruling questioning project’s impact and safety.
Coming to a coat near you by 2020.
In a rebuke to the White House, the company says it will donate its savings from last year’s tax cuts to grassroots non-profits.
Wyoming, Idaho would have offered up to 23 bears to hunters.
Wildlife biologist Ben Masters's new short film delves into what's at stake for animals and outdoor lovers.
Hunters will be able to kill a total of 22 bears.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and the president have a plan to tackle the National Park Service's $11.7 billion maintenance shortfall. But it could come at the expense of other public lands.