Alarming declines in insect populations may be difficult to respond to effectively.
Does the pandemic provide a temporary reprieve from our onslaught on wildlife? Will it be measurable?
Do we have time to learn how to live with the few remaining wolverines in the US?
Interact with the epic mural, spanning 243 birds and 375 million years, at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Explore: Wall of Birds
Apparently coyotes will also occasionally ally with badgers in the kaleidoscope of natural wonders.
Twenty-two sheep were helicoptered in to habitat where they were once important to the land and people.
Are lichens made of a fungus and an alga? Not quite.
An endangered species success story has begun to reverse, and no one is sure why.
Like a Bering sea-bird, this article is packed full of strange, informative, and portentous information.
Did oil lobbyists succeed in crippling the Migratory Bird Treaty Act so they could no longer be prosecuted for killing birds?