Research shows providing food for birds not only stops them going hungry, it may help them fight off infection too.
New England has thousands of miles of stone walls. A geoscientist explains why analyzing them scientifically is a solid step toward preserving them
Students learned not just a practical outdoor skill, but how to explain what they were learning to curious observers.
Hundreds of wildlife rehabilitation centers across the US and Canada treat sick and injured animals and birds. Digitizing their records is yielding valuable data on human-wildlife encounters.
A recent study focusing on how offshore wind farms in Massachusetts waters could affect endangered right whales does not call for slowing the projects, but says monitoring will be critical.
Scientists found PFAS hot spots in Miami’s Biscayne Bay where the chemicals are entering coastal waters and reaching the ocean. Water samples point to some specific sources.
Birds’ nest-building skills are informed by their environment and experiences, and nests can reflect the individual styles of their builders.
How will Earth’s vast boreal forests look in a warmer world? Combining satellite-based research with fieldwork shows that the planet’s largest wilderness may be changing in unexpected ways.
Giraffes are vulnerable to extinction, mainly due to habitat loss and killing for bushmeat markets. The good news is human actions can alleviate that danger.
Like humans, seabirds seem less likely to part ways when they have relationships built on similar personalities.
Some European countries view wolf protection differently to others. A look at Spain’s experience may explain why.
Lion protection fees paid by tourists could pave the way for a responsible transition away from trophy hunting without affecting the communities that rely on hunting revenue.
The Nyanga rinkhals can tell us about our own evolution.
It’s time to reconsider our relationship with the dingo. By collaborating and drawing from both Indigenous and Western knowledge, we can find ways to live in harmony with our apex land predator.
Jellyfish have a reputation to stinging wild swimmers and huge population “blooms”. But it’s a mistake to dismiss these animals as ocean pests.
Scientists had thought a ‘dogxim’ was impossible until one was discovered in Brazil
Wildlife populations continue to decline in the UK, one of the world’s most nature-deprived countries.
Monitoring and protecting the Kasanka bat colony helps protect bats from the entire sub-continent, and thus supports ecosystem services in a wide area.
What would you do with 2,000 farmed rhinos? An African charity wants them to help their wild cousins.
Focusing solely on humans at the expense of other life in the aftermath of train derailments limits the effectiveness of our disaster response management.