The bird population in Vermont's forests has declined 14.2 percent over 25 years, largely due to several factors, including invasive species, climate change, and the natural cycle of maturing forests, scientists with the Vermont Center for Ecostudies say.
In this photo provided by Animal Adventure Park in Binghamton, New York, a giraffe named April stands with her new calf on Saturday, April 15. Her birth was broadcast to an online audience of more than a million viewers.
A fossil found by an elk hunter in Montana nearly seven years ago has led to the discovery of a new species of prehistoric sea creature that lived about 70 million years ago in the inland sea that flowed east of the Rocky Mountains.
University officials say they've named a dinosaur that they found hidden in Utah.
Paige Willis views a Virtual Reality architectural program that lets homeowners see their completed houses before construction in the AVR Studios display at the VRLA (Virtual Reality Los Angeles) expo in Los Angeles, Friday, April 14.
Deep in the jagged red mountains of Oman, geologists are drilling in search of the holy grail of reversing climate change: an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans.
Fossils of a four-legged, meat-eating reptile are helping paint a more complicated picture of the ancestry of dinosaurs than scientists had understood.
Another "Great Spot" has been found at Jupiter, this one cold and high up.
A mystery as old as laced shoes was unraveled Wednesday by experiments that reveal how shoestrings come undone when we are on the move.
Analysis of ancient penguin guano has revealed that volcanic eruptions, not climate change, almost wiped out an Antarctic sea bird colony three times, researchers have found.