Ever heard of strontium? Sounds like a character in a Marvel Comics movie, someone with superhuman powers.
Don’t be surprised if you look up while at the shopping mall and see a large black bird. It turns out that vultures don’t mind being around hu…
Pigeons may be one of the most well-known birds. After all, they are found around the world, often in cities where they are visible in parks.
Are you a good whistler? It’s not easy for some people to do while others have no problem whistling a tune.
Animals that dig underground are called fossorial. The word comes from the Latin word fossor, which means digger.
Montana is a summer home to five different species of hummingbirds: Anna’s, black-chinned, broad-tailed, calliope, ruby-throated and rufous.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces the skink, a social lizard new at ZooMontana.
Asian giant hornets, also known as murder hornets, have captured some attention after showing up in the United States about two years ago.
Jeff the Nature Guy finds a praying mantis at ZooMontana and talks about why the tropical insects are being found more often in Montana.
Digging underground provides homes for many insects and animals. Animals like badgers and prairie dogs dig underground homes. Humans dig under…
Floating down the Yellowstone River recently, it was very noticeable the water was low because there were rocky banks as big as a football fie…
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces Ross, a porcupine new at ZooMontana.
In deep waters of the eastern Mediterranean Sea, just off the coast from Israel, scientists have discovered a shark nursery.
Jeff the Nature Guy visits red pandas Pabu and his mother Mei Mei as they settle into their home at ZooMontana.
If you have visited your favorite pond, creek, lake or river recently, you may have noticed the water is very low. The dry, hot weather and a …
Getting older usually takes years, but scientists recently declared a large fish species may actually be much older than originally thought.
Staying warm while swimming in cold water isn’t easy for sea otters.
No matter how much time you spend with a wolf pup, even if you raise it from birth, it won’t interact with you the same way as a dog.
If you like to swim, you may have wondered what it would be like to be able to breathe underwater.
Wildlife across the United States were photographed for two years to measure their populations.
A whitetail buck collared for a deer study in Missouri was recorded traveling about 180 miles over 22 days, the longest distance scientists ha…
While watering my yard recently, I saw a large moth hovering over a flowering bush.