These scientists’ stories prove nature is unpredictable—and often hilarious.
A flower-box nest provides the perfect opportunity for some close-up shots of a plucky falcon family.
These birds can be a nuisance. But there’s a humane way to keep them at bay—thanks to one determined ornithologist.
With climate change turning up the temperature and the state in a four-year drought, wildfires are scorching California like never before. But some science suggests a new approach—let it burn.
This pudgy little bird may not look like anything special, but beneath its underwhelming exterior beats the heart of a champion.
British naturalist John Lister-Kaye creates an anthem for the wilderness, and cautions against a warming planet.
A decade after the devastating hurricane, New Orleans is still more vulnerable than it should be. David Yarnold explains what still needs to be done.
A new study supports the theory that life after the nest is just as important as life within it.
The Army Corps' controversial plan to cull thousands of birds to save endangered salmon populations may be as futile as opponents have claimed.
While traveling across the south, Hitnes learns the wonders of duck decoys.
This bird can collect up to 20 eggs in one nest.
A new study shows that seabird populations have crashed by 70 percent. Here are five innovations that might help slow the trend.
Read about the penguins of the Galapagos, understand why parrots talk, and learn how to build a bird feeder.