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Tag: Wildlife

Morning, sunshine! Open your eyes and update your brain with these #greenreads.
Donated hats, coats, and stoles help injured and orphaned wildlife get all warm and fuzzy.
With its ospreys and eagles, its waving grasses and rich oyster beds, what could be more idyllic than a meandering stream in North Carolina? There’s just one problem—all that raw sewage.
It has no fear, it can see in the dark, and it never asks for weekends off. Oh, and we almost forgot: it flies. Wildlife poachers, meet the veldt’s newest night watchman.
An orca researcher witnessed the oil spill that changed Alaska's Prince William Sound forever. Baring her own scars, she returns to this damaged place to heal.
Our top picks: today's environmental news and best #greenreads.
Drugs given to humans and livestock may be creating superbugs in nature.
A record number of pups were found emaciated on southern California beaches this year. Can scientists figure out why—and predict if it will happen again?
A growing body of research is proving that intelligent life has been with us all along: crawling under rocks, nesting in trees, and swimming offshore.
The iconic monarch of the North Woods is dying at an alarming rate. Is it climate change, a brain-piercing parasite, or is something else to blame?
Even in the dense suburbs, chance encounters with wildlife can happen when least expected.
Our top picks: the best environmental news and #greenreads from around the web.
There’s no way to link the Deepwater Horizon blowout to dolphin deaths, mutated animals, and other strange occurrences in the Gulf of Mexico without toxicology studies. And few are getting funded.
Five greenreads to keep an eye on, while the other eye scans the sky for crashing meteors.
Wolverines have a reputation as voracious, flesh-ripping hellions, but their tamer predilection for raising their young in deep, snowy dens might prove more dangerous to the species.