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Tundra swans

Swan Song: 5 fun facts about these majestic creatures

With tales like the Ugly Duckling, the Trumpet of the Swan, or even the movie Black Swan, many of us grow up hearing stories of swans representing a character that …

A Canada Goose skimming lake surface.

The Untitled Goose Blog

Last week, gaming company Panic released a new video game called the “Untitled Goose Game,” which took the internet by storm. In the game (available only for Nintendo Switch or …

Protecting Home for Wildlife in the Arctic

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is the largest, wildest and most pristine refuge in the entire National Wildlife Refuge System. It harbors many wildlife species, especially during the short summer …

Hooded merganser

From Pristine Bird Haven to Toxic Trap: Canada’s Tar Sands Threaten New England Birds

When Americans talk about tar sands, one of the most pernicious and devastating industrial undertakings the world has ever seen, those lucky enough not to have a pipeline running through …

Wetlands: Nature’s Gift to All of Us

Are Your Taxpayer Dollars Helping to Destroy Wetlands?

Hooded merganser

Photo of the Day: Hooded Merganser

Pied-billed grebe with crayfish

Photo of the Day: Gotcha!

A pied-billed grebe catches a crayfish Photo by Flickr member McGill’s Nature in Motion See more photos by McGill’s Nature in Motion on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here …

Mallard

Photo of the Day: Bottoms Up

Mallard diving underwater   Photo by Flickr member incanus See more of incanus’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one of your nature photos to …

Common loon and chick

Photo of the Day: Wake Me Up When We Get There

A common loon chick naps on its parent’s back Photo by Flickr member maryanne.pfitz See more of maryanne.pfitz’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one …

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