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Humans are pushing into animals’ homes, but nature is as rebellious as ever
Mary Roach on the fuzziest, wildest criminals in the natural world.
Your Flickr photos could help scientists keep tabs on wildlife
A new method of “passive citizen science” is seeking to discover plants and animals that you may not have known were in your photos.
Scientists confirm that squirrels are amazing gymnasts
Smarts and skills are necessary for the creature's acrobatic skills.
There’s a reason human-wildlife clashes are on the rise
Flooding, ice melts, and droughts push humans closer to wild animals, with sometimes horrific results.
How to protect wildlife from extreme heat
A little water and shade can go a long way.
4 unexpected facts about the Northern cardinal, a bird you should know better
It sounds like a lightsaber and comes in rare colors. Top that.
Wild birds don’t need your backyard feeders to survive
Birds like chickadees use our feeders as more of a snack then a main course.
How bomb detectors discovered a hidden pod of singing blue whales
Underwater microphones have picked up the loud mammal's newest song.
Turning the lights off for a few nights each year could save millions of birds
Bright city lights can be deadly for migratory birds like warblers and thrushes.
Gray foxes use black bears as personal body guards
When choosing where to hunt, gray foxes favor bear territory.