One of the last places it was safe for families to feed ducks falls for the frenzy to eliminate Canada geese.
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Crowds wondered why the dolphin, who wandered into an industrial superfund site, was left to die, thrashing in shallow water.
This VA squirrel has white, gray and rusty fur at all different lengths and angles. Can you figure out what’s wrong?
Biologists use brain scans (and entertaining experiments and anecdotes) to show that crows, ravens and other corvids think like people.
Great egrets hunt Japanese koi at Green-Wood Cemetery, where a South American monk parrot may have gotten sick from a raccoon.
Europeans have embraced outdoor classes for little kids to reconnect them to the natural world. West coast parents have swarmed outdoor pre-K where toddlers stomp through rain, snow and mud. Now a teacher is bringing the Forest School philosophy to Brooklyn’s big park. What will the kids find in the urban woods?
Keep reading Can outdoor education work in a New York City park?
The century old tradition of feeding elk outside Yellowstone could end up severely hurting the population by spreading chronic wasting disease.
By calling manta rays a vulnerable species, scientists hope to stop or at least track the market in its gills. Used in Chinese medicine, the ray population is down 30% in 10 years.
Heidi, who was orphaned in NC and hand-raised, became a celebrity in Germany. She was fat and ultimately arthritis did her in.
Two grown men threw rocks at a little brown bat perched 25 feet up on a midtown office building, causing it to fall, break its wing and have to be euthanized
Keep reading Little Brown Bat stoned to death by Midtown workers