Attorney General William Tong is expected discuss how the Trump administration’s rollback on protections for endangered species will affect Connecticut.
On Tuesday, Animal Control was called to a residence on Mountainview Road after two Timber Rattlesnakes were found in a backyard.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is warning boaters to keep a close eye out for whales in Long Island Sound.
Senator Richard Blumenthal and environmental advocates will hold a rally in Rocky Hill to denounce the decimation of Endangered Species Act.
The Trump administration announced changes to how the government handles endangered species on Monday, a move that advocates say could make it more difficult to protect species that are threatened by human activity and climate change.
SEATTLE (AP) — Seventeen states sued the Trump administration Wednesday to block rules weakening the Endangered Species Act, saying the changes would make it tougher to protect wildlife even in the midst of a global extinction crisis. The lawsuit, in federal court in San Francisco, follows a similar challenge filed last month by several environmental […]
Addressing the problems caused by dams is still the biggest challenge facing the recovery of the Atlantic salmon.
Connecticut is among 22 states suing the Trump Administration over new coal rules.
A Connecticut aquarium is asking boaters to help avoid more turtle deaths.
The Connecticut Beardsley Zoo will soon say goodbye to its two Canada lynx kittens. The six-month old kittens, Ruby and Penny, are part of a program that helps ensure the survival of endangered and threatened species.