by Joanna M. Foster Jun 26, 2014
Millions of caterpillars, are munching through fields northern Liberia and marching into homes, causing many people to abandon their houses.
by Katie Valentine May 20, 2014
As temperatures warm, sea turtle populations could begin to skew heavily female.
by Emily Atkin May 16, 2014
On national Endangered Species Day, here are animals that have been threatened by our emissions of greenhouse gases.
by Annie-Rose Strasser Apr 21, 2014
We've got to feed our growing population. Is the sea the next agricultural frontier to do that?
by Katie Valentine Apr 10, 2014
"No matter what BP and others are telling you, the oil is not gone."
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 8, 2014
Maine researchers want to use satellite data and on-the-ground observations to create a real-time lobster database and map to help fishery managers cope with climate change.
by Katie Valentine Apr 7, 2014
The butterfly has changed both its diet and habitat in a matter of years. But many other species have not been as lucky.
by Katie Valentine Mar 28, 2014
At least 26 birds have been found dead so far, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
by Ryan Koronowski Mar 25, 2014
Loud, cacophonous booms sound across the Houston Ship Channel. It’s to keep the birds away from the thousands of barrels of oil spreading across Texas' "coastal treasure."
by Katie Valentine Mar 13, 2014
California worries the young salmon won't otherwise survive their migration in the state's depleted rivers.