Field of Dreams taught us that if you build it, they will come. But the truth isn’t so straightforward, at least when it comes to birds and birdfeeders.
Humans are passing down their bad eating habits to ants. According to a new study, some of the ants that scuttle around city streets are chowing down on more sugary, corn-based junk food.
It sounds like an adorable conservation idea: Create “bee hotels” where threatened native pollinators can nest and boost their numbers.
A newly described species of millipede is found only within the city limits of Launceston, located on the northern coast of the main island of Tasmania, challenging common assumptions about
Greenways are a breath of fresh air in polluted, crowded cities.
The samango monkeys living near South Africa’s Lajuma Research Centre have learned that they can rely on humans as lookouts while they forage for food.
Blackbirds have adapted quite well to the city despite the ever-present glow of lights, but what are those adaptations?
We’re used to sharing our cities with pigeons, ants, and the occasional skunk.
Air pollution is a serious problem in the United States.
In the urban parts of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, around three hundred thousand tons of salt are dumped onto roads each winter.