Human Nature shares three stories from the past week that you should know about.
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When the spoon-billed sandpiper started to disappear, bird-watching groups in China decided they needed to do something about illegal hunting.
We spoke with Olive Andrews about what whales can teach us about the health of the oceans — and her longtime friendship with a humpback named “Nala.”
Bird-catching paints a picture of the migratory habits of birds — information that could help scientists identify critical trends in climate change.
On International Day for the Conservation of Tropical Forests, Human Nature explores three issues and potential solutions.
A community in Colombia ensures their mangroves and clams are around well into the future.
Climate change, poor labor conditions and the uneven distribution of value within the coffee sector are brewing a triple shot of trouble for coffee.
These animal dads at least deserve a Father’s Day card for all of the work they’ve put in.