We want to respect the wild animals that make their homes alongside us and to help them flourish.
Cold War–era military shelter promises fungus-free hibernation
A new study has revealed that an old pregnancy testing method may have contributed to an ecological disaster.
The marijuana industry may seem far removed from the world of carnivore conservation.
Jason G. Goldman reviews Virginia Morell’s Animal Wise
It was just after six o’clock in the evening on an autumn day in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve.
Some swallows have evolved shorter wings over the past 30 years, helping them dodge oncoming cars.
What happens to tropical trees when the animals are gone?
When most people think of backyard wildlife, they imagine squirrels and sparrows. But researchers have discovered much more imposing neighbors living among people in India: wild leopards.
Forget woolly mammoths. The business of copying cats is quietly making headway. First, scientists reprogrammed eggs from everyday house cats to contain instructions for building wild ones.
It is very likely that in the eastern US today, more people live in closer proximity to more wildlife than anywhere else on Earth at any time in history.