The next time you go for a nature walk, try this fun activity (perfect for kids and adults) to discover what hitchhiking plants may have hitched a ride home with you!
The tiny raptors have been known to outfit their burrows with foam, rubber window insulation, cigarette butts, tin foil, spaceman toys and Barbie doll parts.
This grizzly bear has defied the odds, leaving behind a genetic legacy that may shape this grizzly bear population for decades to come.
If you hit the beach recently in the Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico, you may have encountered piles of stinky seaweed. This is what's known as a sargassum bloom.
We at NATURE love reading all the latest reports, as well as keeping tabs on specific animals we've featured in our films. Here's a round-up of articles we've been reading this week.
Burrowing owls have proven remarkably adaptable to human landscapes. But we’re constantly reshaping the environment in ways that limit their nesting options including the eradication of the very animals they depend on for their homes.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for the 39th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards. PBS received the most nominations of any network with 45. Of the 45, NATURE received six nominations.
While hiking through woods and wetlands, some nature-lovers are compromising the “unspoiled” places they enjoy most. They don't mean to, of course. But scores of invasive, non-native plant species have made us all unwitting participants in their spread.
Rising temperatures could produce only female hatchlings and leave sea turtles facing future summers of no love. All sea turtles lack sex hormones. An embryo develops into a male or female based on surrounding conditions as an egg incubates in the nest, primarily temperature. Lower temperatures produce more males, higher ones, more females. Generally, at […]