Rare and threatened species living alongside charismatic ones are not receiving equal conservation attention in protected areas—and this is a huge problem.
Author: Vidya Mary George
The fate of each butterfly species is intricately intertwined with that of a narrow set of plants—if one group disappears, the other disappears too.
India’s northern Western Ghats is one of the most hostile environments on the planet, but a huge array of endemic and threatened plants call it their home.
The Vulnerable Indian Rhinos in Nepal are migrating from national parks to non-protected areas in search of new homes. How safe will they be there?