The presence or absence of suitable receptacles for bags is not the whole picture.
Ask a great white shark.
Over 100 years ago, Eugene Schieffelin set out to introduce every bird mentioned in Shakespeare's plays to America. Today, one of those birds is causing irreparable crop damage.
As beluga sturgeon populations dwindle, poachers have descended on the waters of Oklahoma, searching for the source of next-best caviar: the paddlefish. But conservation officials might have found a way to save the prehistoric-looking creatures from a steady decline—they're selling the caviar themselves.
If existing behavioral programs aren’t working, can therapeutic sessions with a dog help kids who have problems at school?
It’s frighteningly common for those who cover food issues to assume that smaller farms are safer farms. They may be happier, but they’re not necessarily healthier, as the recent spread of a devastating disease shows.
Thousands of abandoned roosters and past-their-prime hens have landed in animal shelters across the country since urban farming took flight.
What America’s most prestigious dog show tells us about our relationship with our canine companions.
A new paper argues that academics have been missing important connections.
If an Unusual Mortality Event sounds like something out of a movie, it's not. There's one happening right now.