Sprawl is defined as ‘the uncontrolled expansion of urban areas’ and in some places it has been the quiet monster that swallows land.
Wild & Wooly
Woodpeckers may be noisy but they are also a great way to keep insect populations down.
How can wildlife survive in a world increasingly overloaded with discarded pieces of plastic large and small?
Researchers think our epidemic use of pesticides is to blame for population declines among monarch butterflies.
Global warming is causing unprecedented ocean acidification, and seashells are paying the price…
Is getting a selfie with a wild animal really worth the risks to both your own and the animal’s well-being?
The first step to saving our native species of bees is learning how to identify them and then creating habitat where they can flourish….
Several thousand hummingbirds die every year from health problems caused by dirty feeders, spoiled sugar water and toxic commercial nectar.
You can derive many benefits from attracting wildlife to your backyard, besides feeling good that you are fighting habitat loss.
Plastic pollution, beach trash and coastal development have all but obliterated shorebirds’ once pristine habitat.