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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Ol Pejeta Conservancy asks the public for $35k to buy a drone to protect what may be the world’s last four northern white rhinos from poachers.
Lepidopterist, or mothers, use a concoction of beer, bananas and molasses to bait certain sap-eating moths. Otherwise, try a bright light on a cloudy, moonless night.
Jon Young’s book What the Robin Knows will enable you–yes, you, the one who likes megafauna more than warblers–to figure out what birds say. And tell the birds you’re gentle so they don’t scare off animals.
The new scorecard for the FWS recovery effort: 58 Mexican wolves in wild. Agents killed 13 on purpose, 18 by accident and let another 43 get killed illegally. Oh, and zero new wolves released since 2007.
Biologists use brain scans (and entertaining experiments and anecdotes) to show that crows, ravens and other corvids think like people.
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?
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Macho hummingbirds are leading the migration north weeks early this year. Most ruby-throated hummingbirds are still hanging back down south.