Bullfrogs can and will eat almost anything, getting big enough that we then eat them

You can go observe the endearing Atlantic puffin, but time may be running out for the breed and us

The Cooper’s hawk is great hunter of other birds, but reputation as ‘blood-thirsty villain’ is unfair

Red-backed Salamanders are tiny but numerous, and invading fungus could cause a huge die-off

Pill bugs aren’t bugs, but they are roly-poly, charmingly weird, harmless and even helpful

Eastern garter snakes have a skunklike defense and other surprises, but don’t worry about a bite

Where city meets forest, white-tailed deer emerge to snack until something startles

Connection to the mystery of the Roanoke colony is just the start of this butterfly’s fascinating tale

Belted kingfishers are supreme at high-diving, plunging into unerring captures of fish to eat

Narcissus bulb flies float like bumblebees, fooling many while frustrating gardeners