by LAUREN BRUNK
The ancient practice of bird banding helps us understand — and preserve — at-risk populations.
by FAITH MARANION
Human noise pollution is more than a nuisance; it threatens birds’ very survival.
by LILY REYNOLDS
Long considered an evil omen, these birds continue to outsmart humans — and are vital to our ecosystem.
by TORI RUZZIER and SYDNEY SADLER
A decades-long fight to save the picturesque Middle Fork is inspiring a new generation.
by TYLER SWANSON
We don’t have to choose between growing food and harvesting the sun.
by LAILA ISMAIL
For Palestinians in a rapidly warming Middle East, water rights and human rights are inseparable.
by RACHEL WEINGART
The spadefoot’s drastic adaptation to climate change is a cautionary tale for us all.
by ABBY CULLOTON
The Point Pleasant wetland has seen it all: drainage, development, and now a teeming return to life.
by OLIVIA GRUBISICH
The opioid epidemic has spread to the natural world — does it also hold a potential solution?