Wildlife detection dogs are about to start working at American ports. The USDA National Detector Dog Training Center just graduated it's first teams, according to the US Fish [...]
Lenten Roses are blooming during their namesake time of year. A colleague gave me tiny seedlings of these several years ago and now they have spread, soldiering on through [...]
Since my Facebook friends tell me they like my many nature pictures, I thought I'd transfer that photographer, gardener, nature lover, urban farmer energy to my blog here.
The Wood Stork is breeding so well that it is ready to come off the endangered species list, according to an announcement from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
“From Swastika to Jim Crow,” is a film that explores this little known history of Nazi refugees in the American south.
Claire Timm teaches math, science and social studies to third graders at Maclay School by following efforts to reintroduce rare whooping cranes to the eastern United States.
Operation Migration celebrated when the Fantastic Five whooping cranes landed in Florida after a record-breaking migration.
If loggers left waste wood behind after harvesting a forest, it would help small forest mammals and their predators, according to a study published in the Journal of Mammalogy.
A once barren spot at a Texas hospital is now a garden where people gain strength and hope.
Tama Matsuoka Wong and Eddy Leroux show how to find edible wild plants and make fabulous meals from them.