You’ve heard of the fly on the wall, but what about the crow in the city?
To manage wildfires, the United States needs a lot more prescribed burns. Tribes and community organizations are ready to step in
The global boom in sand mining threatens millions, a new study of the Mekong River suggests
Microbeads were shunned for their role in water pollution. Is everyone’s favorite sparkly stuff next?
With habitat loss already threatening koalas, the disease could increase death and infertility rates
The high-tech, digital birders can be used to study avian migrations
An amendment that gives a free pass to genetically modified crops causes legal turmoil
Meet educators who are teaching the younger generation about restoring oysters to New York Harbor
A researcher who watercolored a salamander on her thesis now runs an art gallery
Sleeping Giant state park is home to diverse microclimates
Dr. Luca Guardabassi is finding new ways to weaken drug-resistant bacteria
Spring is coming, and so are the rats. Here’s how to keep them out.
Humans often do more harm than good when we try to rebuild damaged landscapes
Extinct species may soon be resurrected — but just because we can doesn’t mean we’re ready for them
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