But sharks can’t tell the difference
Sharks can’t appreciate color, according to some new work by vision researchers—but that blind spot might help keep the big predators out of troubl
An ordinary camera and an extraordinary technology create billion-pixel images that allow viewers to virtually fly deep into a landscape and explore nature in stunning detail.
A handful of giant corporations are laying claim to germplasm of the world’s major food crops. And when yield is the grail of profit, biodiversity isn’t a priority. By Paul Salopek.
Airport wetland restoration could reduce bird-plane collisions
Are the vines taking over?
If the meek don’t inherit the earth, maybe the vines will.
Eric Wagner reviews A Sea in Flames by Carl Safina.
A kind of hippie Manhattan Project in rural Oregon tackles climate change, air pollution, and deforestation by bringing together the best minds in the field to invent cheap, durable, clean-b
Alaskan avalanche becomes case study in energy conservation
Innovative wildlife bridges designed to protect travelers on four wheels and four legs
Wind-turbine color is a life-or-death matter
The evidence isn’t black and white, but paint color could be contributing to wildlife kills at the world’s growing number of wind turbines.