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.
Bats play a critical roll in the ecosystem on the island of Dominica, but with climate change expected to spawn more severe hurricanes, understanding how the bats in this region are impacted by such extreme storms will be important to future conservation efforts.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for the 40th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards. PBS received the most nominations of any network with 47. Of the 47, NATURE received three nominations.
Do monogamous animals ever split up? Certainly, but a recent study on Canada geese offers some new insight into why it happens among this particular species.
The landmark series returns with all-new documentaries delving into octopuses, the wildlife of the Okavango Delta and more.