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Raising cattle on native grasses in the eastern U.S. benefits farmers,...

Patrick Keyser, University of Tennessee Early on a cool June morning, heavy dew lies on the grass of rolling...

Why do flocks of birds swoop and swirl together in the...

Tom Langen, Clarkson University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If...

Deer have antlers, walruses have tusks – here’s why so few...

Alexandre V. Palaoro, Clemson University and João C. T. Menezes, UMass Amherst Mating season in the animal kingdom can...

Digital sound archives can bring extinct birds (briefly) back to life

Hannah Hunter, Queen's University, Ontario When people think of extinct animals, they may picture taxidermy, skeletons, 19th-century illustrations or...

With fewer animals to spread their seeds, plants could have trouble...

Evan Fricke, Rice University; Alejandro Ordonez, Aarhus University; Haldre Rogers, Iowa State University, and Jens-Christian Svenning, Aarhus University Picture...

‘Dataraising’ – when you’re asked to chip in with data instead...

Lucy Bernholz, Stanford University Fundraising appeals are part of everyday life, both online and off. Requests for financial donations arrive by snail mail, email, social...

Mexican communities manage their local forests, generating benefits for humans, trees...

David Bray, Florida International University The United Nations is preparing to host pivotal conferences in the coming months on...

Scientist at work: Tracking the epic journeys of migratory birds in...

Julián García Walther, University of South Carolina One morning in January, I found myself 30 feet (9 meters) up...

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Dorian Llywelyn, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences For centuries, the Jesuits have worn many hats: missionaries,...