Music identification service Shazam has helped many of us become a little more musically literate. Now, a similar sound-recognition service is set to do the same for other hard-to-identify sounds: the
Every piece of content you click on is also a chance to practice being present. Every tiny action that you take in a day is an opportunity to be mindful. Drinking coffee. Brushing your teeth. Waiting line.
They don't like getting wet It's unusual for a marine bird to avoid water with the fastidiousness of a stereotypical cat. What's even more amazing are the extreme lengths that a great frigatebird will
The winner of this year’s photography contest held by the National Audubon Society have been announced. More than half the species in the winning and honors list are considered threatened or endangered
Feathers: A Stunning Photographic Love Letter to Evolution’s Masterpiece and Its Astonishing Array of Beauty
Art meets science in a poetic celebration of Earth’s astonishing diversity. “Hope is a thing with feathers,” Emily Dickinson wrote, unwitting of how wonderfully this artistic truth conveys a fact of science.
By Darryl Fears Darryl Fears Reporter focusing on the Chesapeake Bay and issues affecting wildlife Email Bio Follow The birds and the bees are telling humans about much more than sex, a new study released