North American Ash Tree, Madagascan Grasshopper On Brink Of Extinction


Five ash tree species are now listed under the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of threatened species as a bat species from Australia goes extinct. Learn the latest updates on the IUCN’s Red List, as one species says goodbye and another lives for another day.

Ash trees are some of North America’s most prominent and valuable tree species. They are essential to the plant communities in the United States; are a key part of American forests; and provide habitat for many birds, squirrels, insects, and pollinating species such as butterflies.

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