Does the unexpected darkness during a solar eclipse have any effect on birds?
Researchers find that peacocks use their trains to issue infrasonic cues.
Four activists from different corners explain why they're acting on global warming.
Hummers’ stubby wings might be the secret to their aerial success—and using this strategy could help drones hover.
Is eating overpopulous animals a good conservation strategy?
On Colombia’s Caribbean coast Noah realizes he's become a minor celebrity.
Exploring a cave brings an encountered with some other winged creatures.
An Imperial Eagle took to the skies for a cause . . . but does the message make sense?
Scouting for birds above the treeline yields a few well-deserved species.
A group of moth scientists show off their subjects.
On a mission to find an elusive mammal, William deBuys imparts stunning details about Laos's fading wilderness.
A researcher who just discovered a new species recounts more dangerous times in the Colombian forest.
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