Marine life is asking you to turn the music down - when you’re around or in the ocean- please!
When I first started photographing Channel Islands National Park in Southern California in the mid-1990s, it was a very different place. As more and more people seek unique outdoor experiences, visitors to the islands have increased, but the most notable change I’ve witnessed over the years is the recovery of the park’s endemic island fox.
After the 2019 loss of the last confirmed female Swinhoe Softshell Turtle in China, extinction was all but confirmed. But a new discovery gives hope to the species: a female turtle living in a lake in Vietnam.
In the animal kingdom there are few senses as acute as the canine sense of smell.
When I first moved to California in the late-1990s, the California condor was something I always remember hearing about from wildlife enthusiasts.
If you're looking to get inspired by gift ideas, Best Friends Animal Society has some fun gifts for both people and animals this holiday season. The best part is, 100% of the proceeds from sales help to save the lives of homeless pets.
Scientists have studied this species-rich ecosystem for more than 100 years, so the discovery of a towering 1,600 foot coral reef is one of the great finds of the century.
When photographing glaciers, the sense of time is on a different scale. Glaciers are a slow moving giant, carving mountains and valleys as it travels along and slowly melting into the landscape. I wonder to myself, can any photo ever really truly capture this?
This year going green for the holidays is easier than ever with these simple tips.
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.