Western monarch butterflies, once commonly found in the Western United States and Mexico, are approaching extinction at an alarming rate. Conservationists hope to educate the public on how to help monarchs the right way.
Watching a documentary film often feels like a journey, the type of experience in which stranger's lives unfold in front of an audience. Today, a modern documentary's impact campaign is reliant on social media to reach larger audiences.
Following the oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach, California in early October 2021, local coastal ecosystems are beginning their long road to recovery. Senator Newman (CA) recently introduced a bill aimed towards the creation of a new organization to conserve and restore these areas.
For far too long, international wildlife crimes have been a relatively low risk, high reward business. Organized criminals operating transnationally have utilized corruption to bypass laws and succeed in leading thousands of species towards extinction. It is time to put an end to these crimes.
California is home to an estimated 30,000-40,000 black bears spanning as south as the San Bernardino Mountains all the way up to the State's northern coastline. The OC Zoo celebrated Bear Awareness Day on April 9th to educate visitors on black bear habitat, diet, and the threats they face.
Near the end of President Trump's controversial time in the White House, he took a number of fatal swings at the Endangered Species Act, a federal law protecting fragile wildlife and ecosystems across the country. By weakening the restrictions on development and resource extraction in favor of the administration's favorite polluting industries, President Trump carelessly put the future of thousands of endangered species in danger.
Orange County, a pristine coastal region just a century ago, has become an urban epicenter brimming with environmental issues.