"Wildlife" Blogs & Blog Posts

StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
Alasandra, The Cats & A DogAlasandra, The Cats & A Dog

A blog about pets & flower gardens.

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

Promoting the physical, mental and social benefit of gardening to a wide ra...

 
Gardening with the MoonGardening with the Moon

Gardening with the Moon is a fortnightly column about Biodynamic gardening....

 
Our Plot at Green Lane allotmentsOur Plot at Green Lane allotments

Read about the ups and downs of gardening on our allotment plot in West Yor...

 
Purely PhotographyPurely Photography

Purely Photograpghy!

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 


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Ongoing monitoring of wild Tasmanian devils shows that overall population numbers are continuing to decline, due to the presence of devil facial tumour disease. Results of this research--conducted by the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP) in col...

On a certain level, extinction is all about energy. Animals move over their surroundings like pacmen, chomping up resources to fuel their survival. If they gain a certain energy threshold, they reproduce, essentially earning an extra life. If they en...

Evolved differences in muscle power and wing size—along with a touch of skill—govern hummingbirds' inflight agility, according to new research in Science. Larger species of hummingbirds, despite their increased mass, are able to adapt to outmane...

A recent study published in the Journal of Mammalogy, at Oxford University Press, highlights that over 1000 new species of mammals have been described globally during the last dozen years, a finding that contradicts the notion that our mammalian rela...

A mutualistic relationship between species in an ecosystem allows for the ecosystem to thrive, but the lack of this relationship could lead to the collapse of the entire system. New research from Binghamton University, State University of New York re...

Imagine your hometown or city's entire population had to live on just one tenth of the land it used to—essentials like food and shelter would quickly go scarce, and it'd be just about impossible for the populace to sustain itself. This, in broad st...

A new study finds polar bears in the wild have higher metabolic rates than previously thought, and as climate change alters their environment a growing number of bears are unable to catch enough prey to meet their energy needs. Adult female polar be...