Here’s a strange name for you: liverwort.
Friday marks the first day of the new year — happy 2021!
Happy holidays! I hope you have a great celebration with your family.
Jeff the Nature Guy visits with ZooMontana keeper Alanna Dassoff and Lander the porcupine.
When the weather turns cold in winter, it sure is nice to crawl into bed under a pile of blankets. A blanket can also come in handy to stay wa…
Animals use poo for many purposes, or should I say poo-poses?
Just like humans, it is easier for wolves to survive when they all work together.
Imagine falling in love with an octopus. That happened to filmmaker Craig Foster, who lives in South Africa.
In the underwater world of the ocean there is an unusual hitchhiker, the remora.
Sports like ice skating and ice fishing may be harder to do in the future.
The ostrich is the biggest bird in the world, but it can’t fly. It is a pretty amazing creature in several other ways, though.
A very big wildland fire burned across more than 257,000 acres, or 400 square miles, of California in 2013, including parts of Yosemite Nation…
Wildlife watchers in Missouri may soon see a strange sight: wild turkeys carrying little backpacks.
As summertime temperatures heat up and the chance to cool down in the water arrives, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is reminding people th…
There are 14 different types of cutthroat trout found in waters across the West.
Were you born in a hot month or a cold month? Are you a boy or a girl?
Imagine getting hit by a falling bowling ball. That’s what scientists say it’s like for a butterfly to be struck by a raindrop.
Some plants have sharp, pointy growths to protect themselves. While we may think of all of them as thorns, scientists describe them each differently.