Paleontologists describe new species of sabre-tooth false-cat, showing early evolution of carnivores during time of global climatic instability. Read more.
Braving electrical storms, wildfires, and heavy snow, two Mexican biologists have traded cell service and city life for the noble task of recovering North America's largest birds from near extinction. President and CEO Judy Gradwohl joined them—and the condors—among the peaks last year. Read about her experience here. Read more.
Spotting animals in the wild is hard, but researchers from The Nat have a few easy tricks up their sleeves. Here are three things you can do to spot wildlife when it's most active—at night. Read more.
Join us on a recent expedition to the Sierra Juárez of Northern Baja California, where we searched for rare plants and found hope for the future. Read more.
Spring is rattlesnake season in southern California. With a little knowledge and preparation, we can coexist with these magnificent snakes. Read more.
After poring over our botany collection, a visiting expert names several species new to science. Read more.
The San Luis Rey River Valley is home to the first fossil evidence of modern capybara ancestors in North America Read more.
With the 2022 translocation season all wrapped up, three generations of California red-legged frogs are now in their forever homes in southern California. Read more.
When life gives you a whale head, you bury it, then give it a bath, and let the research begin. Read more.
Since starting last September, Library Director Arie Hammond has been asked about everything, from black widow spiders to dead whales to prehistoric flowers. She shares some of her favorite unusual questions, and the answers her research revealed. Read more.