ToxChips study the changes in the DNA of animals exposed to contaminants, like those found in oil spills.
Some penguins would have been as tall (or even taller) than adults today.
No animals were more exposed to storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin.
At night the centipede crawls through thick leaf litter, using two sensitive antennae to navigate a labyrinth of seabird burrows across the forest floor.
Seabirds journey vast distances across the Earth’s seascapes to find food and to breed. This means their biology, particularly their breeding success, can reveal what’s happening in our oceans.
We used drones to track the way terns forage around offshore energy structures.
Researcher and photographer Claire Greenwell explains why people are the biggest threat to nesting shorebirds, and the simple ways you can help keep them safe next time you’re at the beach.
Seabird colonies are thought to be in rapid decline. But knowing just how severe the loss is can be a challenge, so some scientists are turning to bird poop for the answer.
We found plastic waste in pellets seabirds regurgitated and lining the nests where they raise chicks.
Knowledge about the movement of marine plastics will help reduce the impact of plastic pollution in water bodies.
Scientists were struggling to keep track of illegal fishing in international waters and the seabirds it threatened. Then they had an idea.
As well as a stark warning about climate change, the disaster underlines the importance of wildlife monitoring.
Emperor Penguins thrive in harsh conditions, but a new study shows that their fate depends on human action to slow global warming and associated loss of sea ice.
Oil spills from a project that’s designed to harness the economic potential of South Africa’s oceans are threatening the world’s largest remaining African Penguin colony.
New study shows warming oceans are responsible.
New research finds birds like to forage for fish in the wake of a tidal power plant.
New findings from the Chagos Islands are a perfect parable for the Anthropocene.
Birds can usually sense when they are not feeling well and like many other creatures, seem to seek out-of-the-way places to be alone.
A few thousand fake ducks, a group of experienced wildlife spotters and a drone have proven the usefulness and accuracy of drones for wildlife monitoring.
Loud noise from underwater seismic surveys can drive penguins from their normal foraging grounds.