A two-year study on the interactions of several seabird species at an offshore wind farm found that not a single case of birdstrike was recorded over the study period or in the 10,000 videos taken.
The FCC guidelines for public radiation exposure were established over two decades ago before wireless technology infiltrated our neighborhoods, homes and even the sanctity of our bodies.
Happy the cow was never destined for greatness, born as he was a bull on a dairy farm. Yet despite his inability to produce milk, Happy had another valuable skill that began working the minute he dropped onto the grass of Barry Coster’s dairy—making people smile.
After three years of extreme drought, the Western U.S. is finally getting a break. Mountain ranges are covered in deep snow, and water reservoirs in many areas are filling up. Many people are looking at the snow and water levels and asking: Is the drought finally over?
Kristine Tompkins has conserved more land than any other single individual, calling it ‘capitalist jiujitsu’ for the planet. Read the story of how one woman protected millions of acres, a feat of conservation never before done on such a large scale, and then gave the land back to the people
Santa Fe and Albuquerque share many qualities and conditions, but the two communities are also dissimilar, which is reflected in the way they have dealt with the plastic bag dilemma.
The month of February dedicated to Black history continues to stir controversy. However, we can't continue to ignore the fact that although we have made progress towards racial unity, we still have ways to go towards racial harmony, understanding and tolerance, if not acceptance.
On Jan. 22, 2023, more than a billion people globally will welcome the Year of the Rabbit – or the Year of Cat, depending on which cultural traditions they follow – as the start of the Lunar New Year.
Registration is now open for Girls on the Run, a physical activity-based, positive youth development program that inspires girls in grades 3-8 to be joyful, healthy and confident.
Laurier University’s 23-year-old Scotty Creek Research Station had become the first Indigenous-led research station in Canada. The event marked another milestone in a remarkable effort by Indigenous people across Northern Canada to address the impacts of climate change.
The candy darter (Etheostoma osburni), listed as a federally protected endangered species in 2018 and included in WBOY's 2022 list of West Virginia's six "weirdest animals," is a festive-looking fish. And its red-and-green coloration does resemble a candy cane.