In springtime, Vermont's Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge is a paradise of migratory birds where you can paddle through flooded maple forests.
Such attacks have happened elsewhere in Washington state. They're more common now because of the shrinking availability of dense forests that allow the owls to be more secluded, an expert says.
This year's top prizes went to a teen from Thailand and an American who is just the fifth woman to win in 58 years. Karine Aigner spoke with NPR about the significance of the photo and the award.
And the best part? The annual passes are free.
Barry, a photogenic barred owl who won the hearts of birders in New York City's Central Park, has died. The Central Park Conservancy said the owl was struck by one of the organization's own vehicles.
The study is based on some assumptions under different scenarios. It suggests that if 95% of Americans wore masks in public it could drastically reduce the amount of COVID-19 deaths by February.
The government recruited Michelin-starred chefs to craft recipes from ingredients that can be foraged at sites across the Swedish countryside. Diners book a table, show up and hunt for their own food.
North Carolina is getting a $14 million cash boost to help with environmental preservation and restoration.
A recent study found virtual reality experiences were better at easing pain than watching televised nature scenes. Immersive distraction seems key to the success, scientists say.
"Environmental personhood" was once considered a fringe issue, but several countries have granted rivers within their borders legal person status. Bangladesh became the latest in July.