Every year our photo competition attracts entries capturing rare and unusual moments from the avian world. This year was no exception.
Many pufflings still have their immature downy feathers and have yet to fledge—signs of climate change tampering with seabird diets and survival.
The intense, frequent fires the state has seen in recent years are not normal, and sometimes not healthy for wildlife habitat.
The center's summer series 'Restoration with a Twist' mixes native plants and boozy drinks for a rewarding—and tasty—experience.
In just a decade, three quarters of birds vanished after drought, heat stress, and beetles killed millions of piñon trees in the southwest.