Garlic mustard and Asian carp can wreak havoc on their ecosystems, but do they have a future on your dinner plate?
May 25, 2011 | By Kristin Ohlson
The Smithsonian's noted bird sleuth, Carla Dove, eyes smelly globs to identify victims in Florida
April 2011 | By Arcynta Ali Childs
Now numbering in the millions, these shockingly destructive and invasive wild hogs wreak havoc across the southern United States
January 2011 | By John Morthland
Animals as common as goats, deer, rabbits or mice can have a devastating effect on other wildlife
December 20, 2010 | By Jess Righthand
As the world's oceans are degraded, will they be dominated by jellyfish?
August 2010 | By Abigail Tucker
In Worcester, Massachusetts, authorities are battling an invasive insect that is poised to devastate the forests of New England
November 2009 | By Peter Alsop
Researchers explore why members of one species are thriving in urban areas while rural populations dwindle
October 02, 2009 | By Morgan E. Heim
How the world's 6.6 billion people threaten the health of the ecosystem
January 28, 2008 | By Diana Parsell
What happens when you mix evolution with climate change?
April 01, 2007 | By Jen Phillips
A son of the colonial aristocracy goes on trial for killing a poacher in Kenya, where an exploding human population is heightening tensions and stretching resources to the breaking point
February 2007 | By Richard Conniff
A new strategy to curb the spread of gypsy moths
November 16, 2006 | By Eric Jaffe
Contraception shows promise, but other measures may be needed to lessen the toll that the deer boom is having on forests and suburbs
October 2005 | By Anne Broache
Insomniac islanders are hopping mad over a tiny frog from that threatens their fragile ecosystem
January 2004 | By Rita Beamish
Angry fishermen accuse the cormorant of ruining their livelihood and have taken the law into their own hands. But is the cormorant to blame?
February 2003 | By Susan Mcgrath