A new study by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service doesn't mince words: Cats, it says, are bird killers. In the U.S. alone, they're responsible for the deaths of up to 3.7 billion birds every year. NBC's Brian Williams reports. (Nightly News)
SeaWorld and Busch Gardens animal ambassador Julie Scardina introduces the TODAY anchors to a few of her favorite animals from around the world, including a binturong "bearcat" from the forests of Southeast Asia and a Eurasian lynx. (TODAY)
State and federal wildlife experts are engaging in efforts to save bats from the white nose syndrome, a fungus running unchecked through America's caves, threatening the existence of bats from Canada to the Deep South. NBC's Tom Costello reports. (TODAY)
SeaWorld & Busch Garden Animal Ambassador Julie Scardina, co-author of the book "Wildlife Heroes," talks about how it's helping endangered species and introduces viewers to the loris and tamarin. (TODAY)
The nation's largest wildlife refuge, ANWR, celebrates 50 years. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown talks with award-winning conservationist Dr. George Schaller about the controversial future of the protected area.
A bear suspected of killing one camper and mauling two others was caught Thursday along with two of her three cubs. Wildlife officials said the bear will be destroyed if proven to have been involved in the attack. NBC's Brian Williams reports (Nightly News)