Wild Science visits the Indianapolis Zoo, where staff explain the intelligence and behavior of orangutans, and how their species is being threatened by humans.
It's not just humans, sheep, dogs, and horses that can recognize faces.
Rattlesnakes are an important component of our ecosystem, but are also potentially dangerous to humans.
Audio storytelling has a unique power of transport unmatched by other media.
They may look gross and scary, but that's just them playing "opossum." We visit Wildcare Inc., to find out more about the "garbage collector of the forest."
The American Columbo plant doesn't flower until close to its 30th birthday, and then it promptly gives up the ghost.
New grassland conservancies are giving a home for the bison to roam, as they once did before going nearly extinct during the 19th century.
Poison ivy can quickly turn your relaxing nature hike into a painfully itchy affair! Learn more about this toxic plant and how to steer clear of its path.
Crows are uncommonly intelligent. On this episode of Wild Science, we visit Wildcare Inc. to see all of what these brainy birds can do!
Catch these spring ephemerals before they take a summer retreat!