The precipitous loss of native vegetation across the United States has led to a dramatic decline of insect populations.
I recently discovered the New York Times ScienceTake project, a series of one-minute videos reporting on the latest science on a variety of topics. The video below talks about new research that shows just how smart dolphins really are. The evidence shows that these animals have the very, very rare…
This is really amazing. New research shows that wild dolphins give each other names. Think about that. W
What is this thing? A bat-toad hybrid? Find out on my Animal Oddities blog.
Rare white jackal photographed by the Iranian Cheetah Society. Why are we fascinated by white animals? Read more about this awesome creature on my Animal Oddities blog.
Awesome video of a sea otter playing with an elephant seal. So cute! But why do you think the otter ignores the harbor seals? Watch it on my Animal Oddities blog: http://bit.ly/17xsXYj
Ground squirrel at the Grand Canyon.
Breaking out the sharpie to sign a stack of my books. Autographed copies are available exclusively from National Wildlife Federation, and all sales support our conservation work. Order at www.nwf.org/naturegeek