A Naturalist’s Guide to the South African Cape

From great white sharks to meerkats, from wildflower blooms to endemic birds, a guide to the South African Cape’s unique biodiversity.

Matthew L. Miller

Capybara: Meet the World’s Largest Rodent

A rodent the size of a Labrador retriever? You won’t believe the life of the capybara.

Matthew L. Miller

A Guide to Non-Native Deer in the United States

Have you seen a weird-looking deer? It might be one of these exotic species.

Matthew L. Miller

Wild Hamster: The Intriguing Story Behind The Household Pet

A look at the intriguing stories of wild hamsters, including why your pet runs on wheels.

Matthew L. Miller

Is There a Bobcat in Your Backyard?

Bobcats are moving into our neighborhoods. Here’s why.

Matthew L. Miller

Meet The World’s 10 Coolest Bats

From bats that mimic chickens to bats that build tents, a look at some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet.

Matthew L. Miller

The Platypus Is Weirder Than You Ever Imagined

Once denounced as a hoax, the platypus is far weirder than those early explorers and zoologists could ever imagine. 

Justine E. Hausheer

A Field Guide to Elk Bugling

Enjoy one of fall’s greatest wildlife spectacles, the elk bugling season.

Kris Millgate

Mighty Mustelids: Meet the World’s Most Epic Weasels

Fun facts and where to see members of the weasel family, from honey badgers to wolverines to giant otters.

Matthew L. Miller

A Field Guide to Commonly Misidentified Mammals

Never cry wolf when it’s a coyote, and other common wildlife cases of mistaken identity.

Matthew L. Miller

One Man’s Quest to See the World’s Mammals

Jon Hall is on a quest to see the world’s mammals, from snow leopards to pocket gophers.

Matthew L. Miller

Why Do Marsupials Have Pouches? And Other Questions

Here we answer some of the most common questions about marsupials, delving into the who, what, where, when and why? of this strange and wonderful group of mammals.

Justine E. Hausheer