A new study suggests that city life favors quieter, cleverer raccoons—and that means culling the aggressive ones could be a poor strategy.
Crops benefit from a diversity of pollinating bees, and the benefits grow the longer scientists track them.
Climate change has ravaged coral reefs on a massive scale. This breakthrough could revolutionize efforts to rebuild them.
In one of the last remnants of tallgrass prairie, scientists found that native species richness nearly doubled on land grazed by bison.
Scientists examined more than a century of campaigns to eradicate invasive critters from islands. Most of the time, they were a success.
Researchers found that people feeding wild deer might be creating evolutionary pressure toward more aggressive deer that beg for food.
Scientists searched for projects that simultaneously benefit nature and human health. They wound up with a Yelp-like rating system for 46 strategies.
Vanilla farms help boost the number of species found on land previously cleared for agriculture in Madagascar, scientists find.
As world leaders discuss committing to protect 30% of the world's habitat, scientists warn that won't be enough for many endangered species.
Like humans trees have circadian clocks. A new study finds urban light pollution changes those clocks, causing trees to leaf out earlier and change color later.