The creatures in the Berkleys' new book dress better than you, and probably are cooler than you, too.
As the deadline for the Gila River diversion project looms, locals are taking action to save a critical ecosystem.
Researchers have spent nearly a decade studying these elusive birds. Now loggers are stepping up to protect them.
Swifts and jackdaws gathered centuries-old money, contracts, and letters to build their nests.
With the right preparation, cold temps are tolerable.
A new study says yes—but you’re not likely to see them in lab coats anytime soon.
World leaders will meet in Paris to seek an agreement to rein in climate change.
Each year, the Southwest's major river gets drier and drier. A first-of-its-kind donation from local Native American tribes could change that.
The New York Times Style section explains why fall fashion is falling victim to warming temperatures. Don’t roll your eyes—get on board.
The state is experiencing a record-breaking drought. Here's what might be to blame.
They steal food from other birds (and British teenagers), and eat baby seals alive. Still, some signs point to “no.”
The publication continues its century-long tradition of delivering stunning images from around the world.
Keeping live snakes in the nest can benefit owlets. Here's how.
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