Golden eagle
The population of one of Britain’s most iconic birds has risen to more than 500 pairs for the first time since records began but is still well below what it should be, conservationists say.
CITES has received much media attention, particularly in the past few months in the wake of the 17th Conference of the Parties (CoP) in Johannesburg. But how much do you know about the CITES agreement? Mark Cawardine demystifies all.
Working with African Parks in Malawi, Prince Harry has been assisting in one of conservation’s most ambitious translocations. 
Earless monitor lizard
A new report suggests that the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) is endangering rare reptiles by permitting imports into Europe.
Great white
Researchers suggest that Jaws, and even nature documentaries, may have a lot to answer for when it comes to shark conservation. 
Snow leopard
Everything you need to know about the new BBC natural history series. 
Mole rat
Research sheds new light on the structure of mole rat society. 
Grey seal with pup
Grey seals pupping within Dublin Bay biosphere reserve are not safe from unruly pets.
Jaguar, Belize
The largest survey of jaguars in Central America has revealed a worrying lack of genetic variation in the cats. 
African elephant
New data released today indicates a devastating trend of the world’s biodiversity.
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