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The bats in Texas's Bracken Cave are effective insecticides. Preserving the land where they live helps other wildlife, too.
A neat trick transforms a normal-size bird into Godzilla.
A world-renowned ornithologist shows how, with the right combination of feeder and food, your backyard can be a refuge for birds and a stage for watching their colorful antics.
They’re smart, spectacular, and vocally versatile, so is the species really so bad?
Harnessing the Facebook generation’s photo-sharing habits could help track amphibians around the world.
Obscure fish are becoming the increasingly trendy eco-choice meal.
With some innovative thinking, one Florida rehab facility gave six injured sandhill cranes a walking chance.
How amateur photographer Richard Simonsen captured his award-winning shot.