Even in the Greater Yellowstone, your chances of a grizzly encounter are low. Follow these simple tips while in bear country.
We have your summer reading list sorted with these 6 great reads on birding, fishing, bats, national parks and more.
50 Fish, 50 States: Matt Miller searches for chubs and sauger on the Little Missouri River in North Dakota.
The U.S. National Wildlife Refuge system, in its 120th year, is one of the largest protected area networks in the world. And many refuges are great places to fish.
Think nature-based tourism is only tied to wildlife watching and hiking? New science says we need to think again—especially in the Eastern Caribbean.
How do we approach degraded lands? What role do they play in our conservation conversations? How do we value them? And does it matter?
Want better quality wildlife sightings? Follow our tips, and you can see predators in action in your local neighborhood.
Six new books for the nature lover or outdoor enthusiast on your holiday list.
There are times when sharing a photo of a wild animal can lead to its death.
Move over sage grouse: here are 9 other cool critters of the sagebrush-steppe.
Meet the bat falcon, one of 5 new species added to the American Birding Association's checklist.
Want to get started in butterfly watching? Here are some to see in your backyard.