Spring is coming earlier for wild bees in the Northeast. This could have serious ecological consequences if bee seasons go out of sync with plant seasons.
Butterflies and moths with specialized diets are utilizing human-altered environments to expand their ranges with climate change.
Scientists find that golf courses can be suitable nesting habitat for turtles.
Regions containing much of the biological diversity on Earth should be conserved for reasons beyond the plant and animal species within them.
In Kansas, researchers are finding easy ways to minimize the negative impacts of wind energy while greatly surpassing the U.S. Department of Energy's 2030 goals.
Coastal managers must anticipate and follow tropical storm patterns to protect endangered sea turtle species more effectively.
Brown bears are escaping hunters by increasing their nocturnal activities. Yet their adaptations may come at a cost.
The Great Lakes – our largest global reserve of freshwater – are under attack from invasive species, and a new study provides an estimate of what this will cost us.
Recent studies at one of the BP-Deepwater Horizon oil spill sites has revealed that, preceding engineering activities diminished the resilience of the salt water marshes.
Man's best friend is one of wildlife's worst enemies.