Our scientists and managers depend on research surveys to monitor the status and trends of the coral reef ecosystems across the Hawaiian Archipelago over time.
Bats weighing no more than 6 grams, migrating over a thousand miles from the Baltic to Britain, could be the key to revealing how migrating mammals navigate.
The quiet of the late-winter morning is interrupted by a staccato of gunshots.
A group of Memorial students have created a comprehensive biodiversity report of wildlife in Newfoundland and Labrador.
A research project led by a University of Lethbridge undergraduate has revealed evidence of an evolutionary relationship between migration and vocal duetting in birds.
Galapagos giant tortoises, sometimes called Gardeners of the Galapagos, are creatures of habit.
During the Great Depression, some unemployed Texans were put to work as fossil hunters.
In a paper recently published in the journal Biological Conservation, an international team of conservationists highlights the importance of tree dens for pandas raising infants in native habitats.
New research from Monterey Bay Aquarium and partner institutions published today in Nature Scientific Reports challenges the notion that great white sharks are the most formidable predators in the ocean.
Total number of sharks and rays caught annually by small-scale fisheries in the South West Indian Ocean is estimated to be 2.5 million individuals – 73% more than officially reported.
Page 9 of 597
ENN Daily Newsletter
ENN Weekly Newsletter