Certain aquatic plants that are unusually water-repellent and oil-attracting may represent an opportunity for eco-friendly cleanup of oil spills—and removal of invasive weeds in the proces
To the uninitiated, snakes are really just variations on a theme. Some are black, some are green. Some have pointier heads, while others have flatter snouts.
Perhaps no animal is more symbolic of the North American conservation movement and its struggles with business interests as the spotted owl.
A brightly colored fabric collar with a reflective strip serves as a warning sign for the cats’ prey
You can buy just about any plant in the world with nothing more than a laptop or smartphone and an internet connection.
A large body of scientific literature deals with the vexing and ever-increasing problem of invasive species.
When contemplating the harm caused by invasive species, the imagination usually stops at fairly direct effects: an introduced predator decimates hapless prey; invasive weeds choke out nati
In old cartoons, coyotes and roadrunners are arch-enemies.
Travelers often bemoan the homogenization of the modern landscape: a strip mall outside Boston looks much the same as one outside Boise; Starbucks has spread far beyond its native Seattle to
By now it’s common knowledge that climate change and human activities are reshuffling the distributions of plant and animal species all over the world – an invasive plant takes root here