In case you think a few drinks makes your singing better, it doesn’t—and the same goes for drunk birds.
Bacteria and genetic research - including soil microbes - may fuel the future of agriculture
Art Imitates Life? Try Bird Imitates Caterpillar. Animals that mimic to survive
Researchers in Thailand have discovered that overhunting in tropical forests doesn’t just kill animals, it kills also trees.
41 years after the Endangered Species act, what is its legacy?
The Christmas Bird Count is upon us! From Dec. 14 until Jan. 5, birders of all stripes will be participating in a long-running "citizen science" project.
Who’s your daddy? If you’re a giant salamander, he’s the one who fanned your nest with his tail, of course.
Researchers have developed a way to identify the species of snake through a DNA swab of the bite, without killing it.
Charles R. Brown and Mary Bomberger Brown have been studying cliff swallows (Petrochelidon pyrrhonota) in southwestern Nebraska since the early 1980s.
Can a mammoth be cloned?