As the seasons change so do our shadows. With these simple tips, track yours at home and watch the seasons change right in front of you.
Want to attract more monarch butterflies to your garden? Boost their numbers with these milkweed types and tips.
As usual, there's plenty happening in the natural world right now. We've rounded up our favorite links for your reading and listening pleasure...
Phil Torres is an American scientist, journalist, television host, photographer, and explorer. He will be the field biologist for American Spring LIVE and interacting with viewers on Facebook during the broadcasts. Learn more about his involvement.
Spring has officially sprung and we couldn't be more thrilled about this month's line up of shows culminating in our very first live, multi-platform broadcast, American Spring LIVE. Here's a look at all the shows we're serving up for April...
Thor Hanson will also be one of the main science correspondents for American Spring LIVE, helping to explain the significance that the change of seasons brings to the natural world each year in America. Learn more about him and his involvement in the project.
Have you ever noticed that birds seem to get louder and sing more during the spring season? Well, you're not imagining things. Birdsong is a key indicator of the spring season, as more migratory birds return to their homes to mate.
To protect many species of wild animals, we need to learn more about them. Often, that means having to tag, collar or otherwise track them. It’s a game that scientists take seriously.