Biology News
Adapt or die: Can evolution outrun climate change? - CBS News


CBS News
Across the planet, animal and plant species are on the run. A rapidly changing climate is shifting when and where plants blossom, and forcing creatures big and small to migrate and learn new tactics for survival. It's a trend that's likely to ...

From Drone Swarms to Tree Batteries, New Tech Is Revolutionizing Ecology and Conservation - Singularity Hub


Singularity Hub
Understanding Earth's species and ecosystems is a monumentally challenging scientific pursuit. But with the planet in the grip of its sixth mass extinction event, it has never been a more pressing priority. To unlock nature's secrets, ecologists turn ...

Biodiversity: What is it and Why Does it Matter? - Island Conservation News


Island Conservation News
Biological diversity, or biodiversity, refers to the variety of life on earth–every individual organism, species, and kingdom, from the smallest spec of bacteria to the enormous whales in our oceans, found at any ecological or geographic scale.

Hawaii's Extinct Species

New York - United States

Lists many of the birds, snails, insects, and plants to have met their demise though human intervention and pervasive alien introductions.

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Endangered Species of Hawaii
United States

More than a third of the endangered species on the U.S. endangered species list come from Hawaii.

Hawaii's Endangered Species: Birds
United States

Lists endangered Hawaiian birds by their common, Hawaiian, and scientific names.

Endangered/Extinct
Canada

Profiles of animals that are either seriously endangered or extinct.

Extinct Animal
Canada

Provides information about prehistoric and recently extinct species of animals.

In The Wild: Extinct
United States

About some of the animals that once walked this planet, but are now extinct.

Is the Ivory-billed Woodpecker Extinct?
United States

Examines reports of rumored sightings of the rare ivory bills in Southern United States.

Australian Mammals: Living and Extinct
Australia

Mammals are warm-blooded vertebrates with hair, mammary glands used to suckle young with milk, a diaphragm, three bones in the middle ear, and a lower jaw made up of a single pair of bones that articulates in a unique way with the skull. Other species profiles including habitats, characteristics, behavior, breeding cycles, feeding, images and range maps.

Committee on Recently Extinct Organisms (CREO)
United States

Collaboration by scientists around the world to standardize criteria for analyzing extinctions.

Gazelle Bulletin: Extinct Animals and Reintroduction
United States

Lists animals that became extinct during historical times in Palestine and other nations of the Middle East.

United States

Links to reports, articles, and books dedication to the subject of speciation.