A Sandhill Crane mother sits patiently as her baby, which is called a “colt,” roosts on her head. Colts learn to fly after about two months and stay with their parents for nearly a year. This photograph was the Amateur Award Winner in the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards by Robin Ulery.
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we discuss something called BioChar, and explore how scientists are trying to save koalas and more!
Our sun’s position in the sky can dramatically change the color palette of our planet in the best possible way.
Slow and steady wins the swim? The pygmy three-toed sloth exists solely on a single island, Escudo de Veraguas, off the coast of Panama.
Always remember to go camping with environmental stewardship at the forefront of your mind, and make smart decisions that minimize your impact on the world around you.
A rock formation that looks like a gigantic gorilla in Langkawi’s Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, Malaysia. Could this be the real Skull Island?
Photographer Javier Aznar endured a bit of pain in order to capture the moment an army ant took a bite out of his finger.
If you stare at this photo for a moment, you can almost experience the calm stillness of this solitary duck swimming across Blessington Lakes in Ireland.
Sustainably sourced wood minimizes the impact of logging on forests and the surrounding wildlife and communities.
Inspiring to see two years of Lodgepole Pine growth after devastating forest fires in Northern Colorado. Lodgepole pines actually need heat to release the seeds in their cones.