Have you found yourself with a new coyote neighbor? The last few decades have seen these predators expand their range across the country. What does this mean for their coexistence with other wildlife and humans?
They're at the bottom of the food chain — and no one can agree on their name — but menhaden are vital for species who feed on them. Step up for these little fish and find out how you can protect their habitat:
Did you know the Delaware River Basin is home to nearly 180 species of threatened or endangered fish and wildlife? Join us as we urge Congress to pass the Delaware River Basin Conservation Act to benefit osprey and many other wildlife:
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People in Flint, MI still need to filter their tap water or risk exposure to toxic lead. Congress continues to fail to provide Flint the funding needed. YOU can make a difference with just the click of the button—find out how: [ Bit.ly Link ]
What wildlife might the first settlers have encountered? Our Naturalist David Mizejewski shares a few species that might have joined the first Thanksgiving— and maybe a few unexpected guests—on his visit to the Today Show: