But predictions of the apocalypse are again likely overstated.
Such predictions were wrong half a century ago, and this one is likely mistaken too.
The punishment would certainly not fit the crime.
The Supreme Court will rule on whether the Endangered Species Act has failed wildlife and private property owners alike.
Not very, says biologist R. Alexander Pyron
A potential Supreme Court case challenges federal protection of an intrastate species with no commercial value.
Nature documentary highlights the rough childhoods of pachyderms.
A review of Half Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life by Edward O. Wilson
Saving biodiversity through markets and technology
Nongovernmental conservation is saving the planet
Some environmental activists are outraged that the feds have declined "take" private property
Modest self-promotion of my new book
Here's What the Guy Who Paid $50,000 to Kill Cecil the Lion Can Learn from the Guy Who Paid $350,000 to Kill a Black Rhino
Done right, paid hunts for endangered animals can be a huge boon for conservation
Commerce Clause doesn't authorize regulation of species with no effect on interstate commerce
Winner of Charity Auctioned License to Hunt and Kill One Endangered Black Rhino Fears For His Safety
Because of threats, not the rhino he plans on hunting
Money to go to species conservation, but animal activists are outraged
Doesn't that actually increase the value of what remains?
Helping a species save itself
For up to 30 years
Hundreds dead this year
Now menacing livestock
Hundreds have been killed this year
In trouble with bureaucracy for paying pilots that assist with migrations
Some say the move is premature
Currently those who kill protected species can't be prosecuted unless it can be proved they knew of the animal's status
Science proves overwhelmingly that freedom is good for us
The animals, not the college sports teams (or the X-man)
Sometimes you gotta break a few eggs. Sometimes a few necks.
Expected to make a full recovery