Blogs Flora & Fauna
UK Scientists report colonies of birds and some insects are moving north in response to climate change.
Researchers examine the relationship between flowers and their pollinators on Washington's highest mountain.
Chicago enjoyed last year's mild winter, but it now has to deal with a rat infestation usually kept in check by the cold.
New global warming research suggests that by 2060 England may look very much like Madeira, an island just off Morocco.
Climate change could spell trouble for wading birds such as flamingos that depend on shallow coastal wetlands.
Some lizard populations are going extinct and the cause, scientists suspect, is climate change.
The magnificent country of Malta may be in for freshwater scarcity, warns the European Environmental Agency.
A female Amur tiger licks her cub at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.