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Six geese and a duck recently suffered frozen beaks at a Toronto park, but concerned humans stepped in to help.
Here are a few highlights from legislation that's poised to boost wilderness protection across the country.
Burrowing owls have reclaimed an abandoned beachfront community just west of Los Angeles International Airport.
After 200 years of uncertainty, Australian researchers think they've solved the mystery of the cassowary's casque.
Monarchs in the Rough hopes to establish 500 butterfly habitats at various golf courses.
Around 2,000 lesser flamingo chicks were rescued from a dried-out dam in northern South Africa, and are receiving a lot of human care.
Sirius, the 'dog star,' will go dark for a brief second as an asteroid hurtles in front of it.
Chimpanzees are full of surprises, and those surprises can give us insights into our own behavior and history.
Denny Dyke turns his walking meditations into intricate sand labyrinths on the beach in Oregon.
A black panther, specifically a black leopard, was spotted in Kenya. It was the first confirmed sighting of such a big cat in almost a century.
Breathtaking video shows the beautiful sky above Alaska's once-controversial HAARP facility.
Photo of two male lions is this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award winner.
Their reflective eyes likely gave them superior night vision.
A new app called Tudder promises to help lonely cows find their perfect match, Tinder-style.
A wet and rainy winter after a wildfire year could give California a beautiful super bloom.
Scientists discover a fossil in Wyoming of Eofringillirostrum boudreauxi, a 52-million-year-old bird with its feathers intact.
More than 40 percent of the world's insect species are threatened with extinction, and their loss could upend nature as we know it.
Star Count 2019 hopes to engage stargazers in England and draw attention to the growing threat of light pollution.
Land surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park in New Mexico is scheduled to go up for sale in March.
Two Hawaii state legislators have introduced bills to make knowingly killing a shark a misdemeanor in the state.