Fourteen animals near Mount Lassen are the best hope for the reestablishment of this misunderstood species.
They’re tiny and they hover, and they’re one of only three groups of birds that are vocal learners. They sing with their mouths andtheir feathers. No wonder UC Riverside researcher Chris Clark is obsessed with hummingbirds.
Wild mustang populations are out of control, competing with cattle and native wildlife for resources. If the federal government doesn’t rein them in, ranchers may take matters into their own hands.
The battle over gun control has given hunting a bad rap in some quarters. Yet, for some people, hunting is an essential part of their lifestyle — the way they get food. What are the ethics of guns vs. food self-sufficiency?
Coyotes are among the most adaptive mammals in North America, and now they’re moving into urban areas — threatening pets and humans.