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Breeding and nesting in Arctic wetlands

Breeding and nesting in Arctic wetlands

Lime 07 nick-named Super-spoonie is not just any bird. He's one of an estimated 300 to 600 spoon-billed sandpipers left in the world. This little bird is critically endangered and migra...

30 January 2020

2019 conservation wins for the Arctic

2019 conservation wins for the Arctic

2019 is coming to an end and it’s time to look back and assess the progress we made this year.

23 December 2019

Polar bear assessment brings both good and troubling news

Polar bear assessment brings both good and troubling news

In October 2019, the Polar Bear Specialist Group of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released a new assessment of polar bears. The findings reveal the most up-to...

18 November 2019

Tundra to tropics: Flyway cooperation for Arctic-breeding species

Tundra to tropics: Flyway cooperation for Arctic-breeding species

Many different bird species migrate to the Arctic to breed—and some are struggling to cope with the effects of climate change and other environmental hazards.

11 October 2019

Taimyr, Russia

Taimyr, Russia

Where reindeer face extinction

24 September 2019

On the edge of the world

On the edge of the world

An Arctic village in Greenland is on the front lines of climate change.

25 June 2019

How we helped bring elusive narwhal to your screen

How we helped bring elusive narwhal to your screen

Filming nature and wildlife is no easy feat.

15 May 2019

Our Planet: The story behind the walruses

Our Planet: The story behind the walruses

Walruses are incredible.

5 April 2019

Killer whales head north

Killer whales head north

How killer whales are changing narwhal behaviour

2 April 2019

A day in the life of a polar bear researcher

A day in the life of a polar bear researcher

One of the great things about being a polar bear scientist is that you can only work on sunny days.

8 February 2019