Meet the legendary crops called the Three Sisters: corn, beans, and squash.
With over 845,000 dogs and cats newly adopted and fostered this year amid COVID, Best Friends Animal Society offers some helpful tips on celebrating the holiday with your pet (safely).
Wildfires have swept across the West Coast of America this year with devastating consequences. Burning millions of acres of land in their wake, the fires have not just wreaked havoc on forests, but could have a long-lasting impact on numerous wildlife species too.
Looking for a fun, educational, and zero-waste DIY project? Try creating a mini-garden using a convenient kitchen scrap: egg shells!
It’s fall, which means one thing: the autumnal bird migration.
Conservationist and nature photographer Ian Shive takes Mojave National Preserve in California to share with us the mystery and magic that lies within the desert.
October 27 is National Black Cat Day! In honor of that, here's how we can protect our pets on the scariest day of the year, Halloween!
Wolf Awareness Week is October 18–24. This week is dedicated to understanding wolves and their impact on the ecosystem. Let's celebrate this beautiful creature and dedicate some time to learning more about them.
More than one in five species of maple trees faces extinction a shocking new report has revealed, while also warning that 75% of the threatened species are “geographically restricted” in their native regions.
This year's fattest bear champion is raising the bar for the jiggliest bear bod in the game. Mother Nature's out done herself with this annual hyperphagic marvel. See photos of the 2020 winner and some favorite memories from Fat Bear Week.
After the devastating Lake Fire in California, nature photographer and conservationist Ian Shive ventured out to document the devastation firsthand.
Conservationists warn that half a million sharks could be killed and harvested to develop the global supply of COVID-19 vaccines. But what do sharks have to do with vaccines? One word: squalene.
Six sharks washed up on a beach a few hours away from Cape Town, South Africa. As reported to Newsweek, these great white sharks were found dead, but the remains were meticulously torn apart. So what happened?
World Rhino Day, on September 22, aims to celebrate the black, white, greater one-horned, Sumatran and Javan rhinos, and all the subspecies in-between.
A conservation success story in California has taken a turn for the worst following the catastrophic blazes that have swept the state over the past month.