A 30-year quest to save Washington's only native freshwater turtle.
In Seattle, Woodland Park zookeeper Bill McDowell cares for the eggs of the endangered Western pond turtle before they are released into the wild.
Meet the dogs who identify and protect endangered species.
On the Oregon coast, Rogue Detection Teams recruit four-legged friends to sniff out silverspot larvae.
Bats Northwest's Niki Desautels brings the public face to face with bats.
Bats Northwest educator Niki Desautels wants to correct the nocturnal animal's spooky stereotype.
Range rider Daniel Curry is a wolf- and cow-protecting cowboy.
Daniel Curry spends his days on horseback studying wolves’ migration patterns and deterring them from encroaching on the human landscape.
Lifelike creations celebrate endangered PNW marine animals.
The Columbian black-tail deer has become a habitat threat, creating ideal conditions for invasive plants and forest fires.
An unprecedented study of trends in marine parasite biodiversity shows a majority are struggling. That could spell disaster for other animals.
After 150 years of broken treaties and declining salmon populations, Randy Settler worries there won't be enough fish for future Indigenous generations.
As the crustacean's population plummets in the Bering Sea, so do the livelihoods of fishers in Washington and beyond.
Due to chemical pollution, the treaty-protected fish in the Columbia River Basin pose health risks for Indigenous tribes.
The fish almost disappeared from Howe Sound in the mid-1970s. Now, the Squamish Nation and citizen scientists are welcoming them home.
How will the grizzlies get here? What will their arrival mean for local ecosystems? And will I run into them while I'm camping?