Don't worry; you're not the first person new to the camping scene. Even though it's one of the oldest activities, there are still a lot of people who have never experienced sleeping under the stars. The important thing is you want to change that. But we want to make sure you get the most out of the adventure. Here's how first-time campers can make their trip easier.
This winter, volunteers counted more than 335,000 Western monarch butterflies in an annual survey, a big improvement over the last few years, but still far short of historical numbers.
Reducing the number of wildlife-vehicle collisions is the goal of a bill before the New Mexico Legislature this session.
Two state agencies have teamed up to make safer wildlife migration a priority in Utah.
Members of North Dakota agencies testified in favor of a bill that would move their peace officers to the public safety retirement system at a House Government and Veterans Affairs Committee hearing Friday.
Wolf packs lose their ability to thrive when one of their members dies as a result of human activity, according to a new study that comes amid calls to ban a bear-hunting practice at a Wisconsin site to protect wildlife.
The Endangered Species Act has been around for five decades. Has it worked?
Nevada is still waiting for official designation of a new national monument. In late November, President Joe Biden said he is "committed" to protecting Avi Kwa Ame, known by some as Spirit Mountain, an area spanning about 450,000 acres near Laughlin.
Not surprisingly in this day and age, you don't need a PhD to identify plants and animals out in the natural world. All you need is a smartphone and an app.
The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site Visitor and Education Center located in Eads has returned to normal operating hours.