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Scientists learned of the "hotspot for avian abundance" thanks to the birds' prodigious droppings.
Two were injured by the wall of snow. A snowboarder was found dead earlier as a blizzard and fierce winds struck the region.
FEELINGS. SO MANY FEELINGS.
A combination of heavy rains, monthly extreme high tides and a wind-driven storm surge could combine to cause several feet of water to flow onto streets.
Current sea laws were written by men and for men, and they profoundly affect how we protect our natural resources.
The interior secretary's critics say he's no Teddy Roosevelt — not by a long shot.
The EU has had a moratorium on the use of neonicotinoids since 2014 after lab research pointed to potential risks for bees.
Maybe someone should create a tree dating app called Timber.
Tyson Foods has a plan to stave off regulation and put a friendly face on its pollution.
Joel Manby stepped down after the company reported $20.4 million in losses.
Fossils face another extinction courtesy of the president.
What's grosser? Not picking up trash or not taking responsiblity for it?
"As long as it’s made in America, I’m good with it," Secretary Ryan Zinke said Friday.
Despite its green-sounding name, the Mass Coalition for Sustainable Energy represents companies who want to build more natural gas pipelines.
The best storage solution doesn't involve a compost bin.
A huge, trillion-ton iceberg about the size of Delaware broke free from Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf in July 2017. As
The uninjured dog was later coaxed to safety.
The earthquake struck Oaxaca, Mexico, on Friday evening.
Jimbo, the 1,400-pound Kodiak bear, wasn't feeling quite up to snuff.
Environmentalists say the proposal would push imperiled creatures further toward extinction.