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A sword-billed hummingbird.

Which came first: the long-billed bird or the long-tubed flower?

Some plants with niche features can quickly get rid of them if that’s what it takes for survival

By | Posted October 21, 2014

Asian Carp: They just keep swimming

Asian Carp: They just keep swimming

Two species of Asian carp are pushing toward the Great Lakes, leaving researchers scrambling to hold the invasive species back

By | Posted October 9, 2014

Whale of a toxic tale

Whale of a toxic tale

The blue whale’s testimony to past pesticide use

By | Posted October 2, 2014

Fish smarter, not harder

Fish smarter, not harder

How a season of cheap shrimp stirred up a new sales model for struggling fisheries

By | Posted September 5, 2014

'SAVE ENERGY! How would you like it if someone turned you on and then left?'

The Ultimate Environmental Challenge

If you want people to conserve, you’re going to have to convince…me

By | Posted July 31, 2014

Atop a volcano, a rare plant meets its match

Atop a volcano, a rare plant meets its match

The National Park Service shows growing concern for climate impacts on Hawaii’s silverswords

By | Posted July 9, 2014

Soul cyclist Aaron Naparstek fights for the streets you’d want to live on

Soul cyclist Aaron Naparstek fights for the streets you’d want to live on

Bike activists are shaping urban design in the Big Apple

By | Posted July 3, 2014

Hidden Wonders Below the Surface

Hidden Wonders Below the Surface

Old drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico house a surprising bounty, if we can figure out how to preserve them safely.

By | Posted July 1, 2014

Migrating to the city

Migrating to the city

How researchers are beginning to think differently about urban biodiversity

By | Posted June 30, 2014

Breaking our plastic habit

Breaking our plastic habit

Is banning plastic bags the best way to get rid of the plastic menace ?

By | Posted June 23, 2014

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