Larger Beaks, Smaller Bodies: Could Climate Change Literally Change Birds?

Climate change might change more about birds than their migration patterns.

Christine Peterson

Quick and Dirty (Really Dirty) Guide to Bison: Keystone Species Edition

The ways bison graze, poop and wallow touch on everything about the ecology of a prairie. But well, it can be a little messy.

Cara Cannon Byington

Why Flamingos are Showing Up in the U.S. this Fall

Hurricane Idalia brought unprecedented numbers of flamingos north. In some cases, way, way north. Like Pennsylvania north.

Ken Keffer

Meet the Bison: North America’s Most Famous Mammal

For all their fame, you’d be surprised by how much you don’t know about North America’s largest land mammal.

Justine E. Hausheer

Two New Mammal Guides for Australia & the SW Pacific

These two new guides cover some of the world's most marvellous mammals, from kangaroos to quolls, to flying foxes and clambering cuscus.

Justine E. Hausheer

Moths With 11-Inch Tongues?

A look at moths, caterpillars and their intricate relationships with plants.

Christine Peterson

Does Nature Need a Trigger Warning?

If we as conservationists value predators, why are so many people uncomfortable with the realities of predation?

Matthew L. Miller

Frogs as Pollinators?

This Brazilian frog may pollinate milk fruit trees as it visits flowers to sip nectar.

Christine Peterson

8 Invasive Animals You Didn’t Know Were Invasive

There are some invasive species that get a lot of press. Many others, though, are more mundane. And you might not realize they're invasive.

Matthew L. Miller

Cool Green Holiday Book Review 2022

Six new books for the nature lover or outdoor enthusiast on your holiday list.

Matthew L. Miller

A Field Guide to Jackrabbits

Your guide to all things jackrabbits. Lesson number one: they’re not rabbits.

Matthew L. Miller

The Weirdest Places You Can Find Wild Turkeys

Why you can now find wild turkeys from the Pacific Islands to Germany.

Matthew L. Miller