A network of hydrophones intended to monitor nuclear tests may prove useful for conservation
Shark researchers used a system for recognizing patterns in star field photographs to identify whale sharks, which have individual spot patterns.
A study of human–mammal interaction across the globe found animals are more prone to take to the night around humans. Jason G. Goldman reports.
The draft bill is an attempt at compromise between environmentalists and conservatives favoring climate action
How smart urban planning and design can help people and the planet
The enticing scent of pee could help female felines choose the best mate
The decade-long, bipartisan program was aimed at reducing reliance on ethanol from food crops
The Cerrado is the most threatened biome in Brazil, environmentalists proclaim
Sanderlings, red knots and ruddy turnstones failed to breed this year along the Arctic island’s east coast due to record snow cover
Kentucky’s first mountaintop removal coal mine is being turned into grassland to support valuable game species
Researchers are scrambling to understand the virulent outbreak, and backing policies to save several already beleaguered species
Visitors can see and learn about sharks and their environment in the new "Ocean Wonders: Sharks!" facility at the Wildlife Conservation Society's New York Aquarium.
Most invertebrates get smaller on average in cities, although a few very mobile species respond to urbanization by growing.
Narwhals and beluga whales are especially vulnerable to increased traffic in the region
Recent research shows that oxybenzone and octinoxate are detrimental to coral growth and increase the rate of coral bleaching
Forest cover losses were the second worst on record, after only 2016, with implications for climate mitigation
Many people assume only male birds do the singing. But females also sing in at least 660 species and perhaps many more.
Researchers tested the hearing of beluga whales in an Alaskan bay and found that they seem to have suffered little hearing loss due to ocean noise. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A new study proposes tools to gauge when an ecosystem is “intact”—and what might happen if that changes
Responsibly harvested areas may serve as habitat corridors for the big cats