A bald eagle found in Wisconsin succumbed to lead toxicity levels four times that at which it could function, dying Monday after wildlife experts had tried to nurse her back to health. The Northwoods Center
What’s big, lives underwater, and fights climate change with its body and booty? Whale give you one guess.
Scientists’ have known about the mammals’ carbon-storing powers for years. Now international authorities are getting on message. When Ralph Chami was 14, he wanted to be an oceanographer. Instead, he a
WASHINGTON (AP) — After 34 years on the endangered species list, a tiny Midwestern bird is ready to fly free of federal protection. Once diminished by hunting for feathers for hats and hurt by the damming
Donatello, a rescued olive ridley sea turtle, swims around at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito. She was reportedly in critical condition after being discovered on a Humboldt County beach hundreds
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Parliament on Wednesday blocked a diluted proposal by the 28-nation bloc's executive arm on protecting bees from pesticides, arguing it didn't go far enough. European lawmakers
Seabirds are mistaking elastic bands for worms, and carrying them back to a remote Cornish island, experts believe. National Trust rangers on Mullion Island, off the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, were
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For a strange little lemur native to Madagascar that boasts one of the most unusual hands in the animal kingdom, a "high five" is more like a "trick six." Scientists have discovered