Meet Morgan J. Martin, PhD, a marine scientist who studies underwater sounds with whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Morgan observes how these marine creatures – also known as cetaceans – many of which navigate their underwater habitats through echolocation.
Match point, 2020. Early cicadas are here to ruin your quiet outdoor moments.
A woman has become the first marine biologist to win a $250,000 environmental prize for her work on preserving seahorses.
The best stories are those that exist around authentic moments. In this case, showing the earliest signs of spring as cracks and textures emerge on a lake in Alaska.
During the pandemic, these primates in India have taken “Monkey Business” to a whole new level.
Places like New Zealand, Austrailia, Hawaii, and the Galapagos give us major wanderlust. But what is it about islands that make scientists weak in the knees?
California is considering protecting mountain lions in certain parts of the state through the Endangered Species Act – but not everyone is happy about it.
Wombats dug craters which tapped into deep-flowing water, providing vital resources to fauna and fellow animals.
King penguin poop is causing some issues for scientists in Antarctica. This flightless bird's guano releases nitrous oxide, a gas that is known commonly as laughing gas.
A whopping 55 species are under threat in Maine, and this is the story of the scientists trying to save them.
California’s super bloom is a visual spectacle. From the deserts of Anza-Borrego to the vast Carrizo Plain National Monument, abundant seasonal rains produce a carpet of color across a large portion of the state.
Penguins from the Kansas City Zoo took advantage of the lack of people in the The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and spent the morning taking in the masterpieces. They loved Caravaggio. Monet, not so much.
There is just a small window to view wildflowers, with most only popping up for a couple of months at a time. This year, we're bringing these stunning blooms to you.
Surgical masks, gloves, hand sanitizer bottles – all the most sought-after items in the coronavirus pandemic have one thing in common: plastic. So what does this temporary shift to single-use plastics mean for the environment and the world’s anti-plastic pledge?
For many people, the silver lining of the pandemic is the time we've been able to spend with our furry friends. But, as places begin to open up, the separation will be hard. Here are a few ways to get your pet ready for the time when you go back to work.