"Wildlife" Blogs & Blog Posts

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

A blog about pets & flower gardens.

 
Chrissy MarieChrissy Marie

A blog featuring my art and photograpghy with a little chat thrown in.

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

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

 
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...

 
Gardening for healthGardening for health

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

 
StorybookStorybook

Wild Bald Eagle Nest Videos

 
Every Image Has a StoryEvery Image Has a Story

The story behind the taking of photographs by fine art photographer Kinsey ...

 


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Extinction risk for some species could be drastically underestimated because most demographic models of animal populations only analyse the number and fertility of females, dismissing male data as 'noise'. Researchers studied the survival and breedi...

The absence of a single dominant bumblebee species from an ecosystem disrupts foraging patterns among a broad range of remaining pollinators in the system -- from other bees to butterflies, beetles and more, field experiments show. Swallowtail Butte...

A new study from the University of Helsinki investigates knowledge gaps among the largely unknown, but greatly threatened, group of island-restricted bats, and leads future research efforts to actual priorities. Island ecosystems, as a consequence of...

The study by Dr Jacques-Olivier Laloƫ of the University's College of Science and published in the Global Change Biology journal, argues that warmer temperatures associated with climate change could lead to higher numbers of female sea turtles and in...

The common understanding of evolution is that it is a battle for survival: one must either "scrunch or be scrunched," as Nicodemus Boffin, the Dickens' character, famously says. Siberian jays are not cooperative breeders but they have taken what new...

Given Antarctica's extreme location on the bottom of the Earth, scientists long believed the continent was free from the plastic pollution tarnishing the rest of the world. But not even this remote expanse is safe from our crap, a new study shows. Pl...

Researchers have determined that the fossils of an extinct species from the Triassic Period are the long-missing link that connects Kermit the Frog's amphibian brethren to wormlike creatures with a backbone and two rows of sharp teeth. Chinlestegoph...