- Ohio working to re-establish endangered amphibian Updated: Dec-02-13 7:07 am
- Students find frog-killing fungus in Kansas Updated: Dec-01-13 4:00 pm
- Inmates work with Ohio zoo restore salamander Updated: Nov-30-13 1:31 pm
- Feds set aside habitat for rare NM salamander Updated: Nov-24-13 1:47 pm
- Ohio waterways seeing salamander comeback Updated: Nov-24-13 9:44 am
- Nev. professor sues to block Sierra Nevada logging Updated: Nov-18-13 12:06 pm
- Frog-bit invasion threatens Mich. water plants Updated: Nov-10-13 4:13 pm
AKRON, Ohio - The state of Ohio is coordinating an effort to re-establish a large amphibian that once lived in streams in the eastern part of the state.
WICHITA, Kansas - An amphibian-killing fungus has turned up in streams and ponds in Kansas, raising concerns among biologists.
TOLEDO, Ohio - A group of prison inmates in Ohio is helping a zoo restore populations of a salamander that is endangered in the state.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Federal wildlife officials have designated more than 140 square miles in northern New Mexico as critical habitat for the Jemez Mountain salamander.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Their appearance and name could be intimidating, but hellbenders are considered good for Ohio waterways.
RENO, Nevada - A renowned conservation biologist who has done research for the Forest Service for more than a decade is suing the agency to try to block logging in the mountains above Lake Tahoe. He says it's being done illegally under the guise of reducing wildfire threats that don't exist.
LANSING, Michigan - An invasive plant is spreading in Michigan waters, according to a warning from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.