Umani Springs has always been a place of miracles. Right now, perhaps our greatest miracle yet is unfolding in this … More
At the Woodland Park Zoo Rhinos Taj and Glenn get fancy in the flooring department!
Posted by Elizabeth Bacher, Communications, with contributions from Al Kennedy and Chad Harmon, Rhino Keepers at the Woodland Park Zoo … More
Cruise ship stumbles on a rare sight: a gathering of 1,000 whales – Video Included
Passengers aboard the National Geographic Endurance came across the fin whales foraging near Antarctica—the biggest congregation of baleen whales seen in more … More
What Humans Owe Animals
BY MARTHA C. NUSSBAUM – JANUARY 4, 2023 Nussbaum is the Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, appointed … More
What We Can Learn From This Magnificent Migration
Photograph: Sandhill cranes flying to roost at sunset in West Tennessee in 2017.Credit…Graham Gerdeman Margaret Renkl, a contributing Opinion writer, … More
At the Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle. Meet the three Canada Lynx of our Living Northwest Trail!
Posted by Craig Newberry, CommunicationsPhotos by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren/Woodland Park Zoo “All our new Canada lynx, who arrived in Seattle last … More
What drives elephant poaching? It’s not greed-
Fewer elephants were poached in areas where communities were healthier and wealthier, a study on thousands of killings in 30 … More
We rallied to save manatees once. Can we do it again?
BY GENA STEFFENS – National Geographic Magazine PHOTOGRAPHS BY JASON GULLEY & ANDERIKA LARSEN “Decades ago, extinction loomed for these gentle … More
Gray Wolves on the Hunt – Video
Enjoy this video I shot of a couple of Gray Wolves enjoying the weather as they look around for a … More
Support reintroducing grizzly bears to the North Cascades
Paula MacKay and Robert Long – Special to The Seattle Times The North Cascades ecosystem is one of the wildest … More