The fall colors this year were among the most beautiful and long lasting I remember.
As we drove up the Blue Ridge Parkway Sunday, the forests were still alight with yellow and red in this remarkable autumn.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, a record number of people have turned to birding for solace and a way to connect with the natural world.
A series of high, thin calls drew my attention to a cedar tree, where a frantically flitting bird displayed a yellow crown.
Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung have become first-time parents to twins.
The photos are ghastly: piles of dead foxes and coyotes tossed in the back of trucks.
As we launched our canoe and paddled upstream from Big Island, we left the main stem of the James River and felt miles from civilization.
This summer we have heard and seen cuckoos all around us. While I’m talking about birds, you may interpret that statement as you wish.
A destructive insect has traveled by train to Lynchburg, prompting concern among grape, peach, apple and hops growers.
The death of the planet as we have known it is well under way.
Lance Bass has revealed the aspects of parenting he's feeling daunted by - including changing diapers.
As I watched a goldfinch land on a coneflower, the stem lowered slowly to the ground, but didn’t break.
Growing up on a cattle farm, I was taught that groundhogs were a nuisance.
The quiet cooing of the mourning dove is soulful, though I have never found it mournful.
‘End cruel wildlife-killing contests in Virginia,” said the message from the Center for Biological Diversity.