Biologists hail the comeback of Northern elephant seals, once hunted to near extinction for their oil-rich blubber, as one of conservation’s great successes. Now, they’re scrambling to protect the rebounding population’s habitat from rising seas.
This month we are serving up two of our classics from the NATURE archive of films, before taking a summertime break. But keep an eye out for a variety of shows old and new that will stream online all through the summer!
Trees are the original carbon-sequestration tech, and new research continues to open our eyes to their promise as allies in the effort to halt climate change.
Those who explore the waters of the Amazon basin occasionally hear a forceful snort, the sound that a pink river dolphin or boto makes when it surfaces to exhale. Visitors sometimes catch a glimpse of a pinkish, rounded forehead or small dorsal fin just above the surface. That’s likely all they’ll get, though. Not only are these freshwater dolphins relatively shy, but their numbers have […]
Founded in 1998, FrogWatch USA is one of the longest-running citizen science programs around, and, since amphibians are extremely sensitive to environmental changes, FrogWatchers’ observations have been especially valuable.
Summer is just around the corner, and new studies and research just may impact your plans. Here's our latest round-up of science and nature articles worth a read.
The Amazon basin, almost the size of the continental United States, represents half of the world’s tropical rainforest and 12 percent of its total forest cover.
After starting this month with our live, multi-platform broadcast, American Spring LIVE, (now streaming) Nature continues to bring you the beauty of the natural world all month long. Here's a look at all the shows we're serving up for May...