Although plenty of butterfly gardeners understand the value of a good nectar plant, a surprising number of them fail to provide resources to accommodate a butterfly's full lifecycle.
Citizen science programs mobilize people from all walks of life to contribute to scientific research. These projects tap the power of the public, with more people working in more places and for longer than researchers possibly could on their own.
In celebration of the season, and in anticipation of our upcoming live broadcast, American Spring LIVE, we've curated a playlist of songs that each gives a nod to spring, be it in subject matter or lyrics. From standards to folk songs to modern rock to funk to classical favorites, we've selected a wide variety of genres and artists to help you get into the spring […]
We're gearing up for our first ever live NATURE broadcast, American Spring LIVE, launching at the end of April, but luckily for you, we have raided our archive and have a fantastic selection Nature docs lined up for March. Here's a rundown of what to watch this month on NATURE...
The natural world is literally buzzing with news on everything from bees to birds to new grim effects of global warming. Here's our roundup of nature articles you should check out...
Mountain lions and wolves have suffered from our ignorance ever since pioneers inundated their wilderness homes. But an emerging view of mountain lions’ unique ecological role is coming into focus.
Love is all around in the natural world, and it deserves to be celebrated! Whether it's affection between mothers and babies, lifelong mates, or unlikely friends, many animals have a special way of showing their love and kinship (even if it isn't flowers and candy!) From everyone at NATURE, we wish you a Happy Valentine's Day!
Florida panthers need space and in a state of busy roads and sprawling development, finding that space grows harder every day.