Fish spend a lot of time in schools, so perhaps it should come as no surprise they’re smarter than most people think.
Backyard bird feeders help urbanites feel close to nature but can also expose birds to disease and other potential threats. Luckily, bird lovers can take simple steps to reduce risks.
Welcome to September, NATURE fans! Our brand new season kicks off on October 2, and in anticipation, we’ve got some of the most beloved full-length NATURE films streaming all this month. Happy viewing! Fox Tales Discover the red fox, an intelligent and adaptable canid that is thriving in cities and pushing northward into the territory […]
Isle Royale National Park is a remote island in Lake Superior where, between 2009 and 2018, the wolf population fell from 24 to only two - the lowest in more than 50 years. Now, the National Park Service is re-introducing wolves to the area in an effort to restore the role of these predators in the island ecosystem.
From glowing sharks to prehistoric parrots, here’s a list of links to some of the most fascinating news from the natural world… Scientists have recently identified the molecular magic that allows swell sharks and chain catsharks to communicate through neon colors on their skin. They may be ruining your summertime outdoor adventures but a new […]
Much can change in 15 years. When author David Mizejewski originally wrote Attracting Birds, Butterflies, and Other Backyard Wildlife in 2004, wildlife losses certainly were concerning. But now? Read how new scientific research has shaped his advice for wildlife gardeners.
Hundreds of millions of birds die in the U.S. every year from collisions with large human-made structures, including buildings, communication towers, and wind turbines.
What better way to spend a hot August evening then steering clear of the heat and streaming some of your favorite documentaries from the NATURE library of films? Here's our must-watch list of titles available to watch online this month.