Tuesday May 21
New penguin book features beloved birds and conservation threats
These are Magellanic penguins on the shore of coastal Patagonia in Argentina. A new book on the world's penguins highlights both the diversity of these endearing, flightless birds as well... A new book on the world's penguins highlights both the diversity of these endearing, flightless birds as well as the many threats faced by these species, ... (more)
Worst-Ever Right Whale Die-Off Continues to Puzzle
Scientists still don't know why hundreds of baby southern right whales are turning up dead around Patagonia, a decade after observers first saw signs of the worst die-off on record for the species, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society .
Spokane Journal of Business
Open space said to lift home prices
Homes in neighborhoods that incorporate protected open space command prices 20 to 29 percent higher than those without open space, says a new study by a Colorado State University multidisciplinary research team that included Wildlife Conservation Society scientist Sarah Reed.
Sushi for peccaries?
The images of fish consumption by white-lipped peccaries were taken by Douglas Fernandes in the Brazilian Pantanal wetlands one morning back in 2011.
Eye On New York: A Big Weekend For The Bronx Zoo, A Motown Musical, And More
With the Broadway awards season heating up CBS 2's Dana Tyler takes a look at Motown The Musical.
NY Aquarium Recovers From Hurricane Sandy
The New York Aquarium will partially reopen on May 25, a milestone that will be celebrated about seven months after Superstorm Sandy devastated the 14-acre aquarium campus.