The natural history of the turkey is intertwined with human history.
The mink is a bioindicator for aquatic environments.
The North American wood frog is freeze-tolerant.
Fishers are a lot more resilient than anyone had expected.
The Wood Thrush often sings until nightfall.
Merlins seem to be a particularly adaptable species.
Although bobcats are secretive and solitary, they are fairly common.
The snapping turtle appears prehistoric because it is.
No one knows why the bees are dying or how to save them.
How does this tiny bird survive subzero temperatures?
Hard to eradicate from the landscape, but also useful and beautiful.
Exquisitely adapted to a life high above the forest floor.
Masting has dramatic effects that ripple through forest ecosystems.
A secretive denizen of eastern U.S. and southern Canadian woodlands.
Their role in the landscape is larger than one would expect.
Many spring flowers depend on ant colonies to spread their seeds.
Damselflies are smaller than dragonflies and rest with wings folded back.
Identifying and protecting key habitats is essential for future population success.
Active only at night, these pint-sized mousers are normally silent.
Coal skinks are one of New York State’s four lizards.