Months of torrential rains have caused Lakes Baringo and Bogoria to swell, creating several problems for local wildlife and people.
Bird calls can be iconic, and to many Missourians, some have come to define landscapes.
Abrupt climate changes during the Last Glacial Period, some 115,000 to 11,700 years ago, happened at the same time across a region extending from the Arctic to the Southern Hemisphere subtropics.
Climate change and an increase in disturbed bee habitats from expanding agriculture and development in northeastern North America over the last 30 years are likely responsible for a 94 per cent loss of plant-pollinator networks.
The annual Status of Stocks report highlights our work with partners toward the goal of maximizing fishing opportunities while ensuring the sustainability of fisheries and fishing communities that support the American economy.
By early September 2020, more than a quarter million acres had burned within the August Complex fire in Mendocino National Forest.
Texas A&M researchers are testing how a combination of sand dunes with coastal structures could better protect against flooding.
Reduced resilience of plant biomes in North America could be setting the stage for the kind of mass extinctions not seen since the retreat of glaciers and arrival of humans about 13,000 years ago.
Running into an unseen spiderweb in the woods can be scary enough, but what if you had to worry about a spiderweb – and the spider – being catapulted at you?
Two cows. Same University of Wyoming McGuire Ranch pasture northeast of Laramie near Sybille Canyon.
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