Amazing fossils reveal how mammals took over after an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs.
Paleobiologist Melissa Kemp says humans have been introducing species to the Caribbean since long before Columbus arrived—and she’s helping piece that history together.
When an eagle dies in America, it may end up at one of our eagle repositories—unique institutions working to protect both birds of prey and Native American traditions.
Learn why eagles have the sharpest eyesight of any vertebrate animal.
It takes 37 days for eagle eggs to incubate.
Discover the role that fear plays in the health of ecosystems, and how this might inform the success or failure of wildlife conservation management plans, in this video from NOVA Animal Espionage.
Five episodes exploring the companionship, communication, and amazingness of animals.
Follow eagles from the nest to the skies to see what makes these predators so remarkable.
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