Body and Mind
Looking for ways to engage with nature this month? These are the best wildlife events, trips and books to have on your radar in May 2019.
While we are all used to businesses closing for the weekend, a whole country shutting up shop is another thing.
Democratic Republic Of Congo
Two gorillas have posed for a relaxed selfie with rangers at Virunga National Park in DR Congo.
The most remote and wildest isle of Sicily’s Aeolian archipelago is one of Italy’s best kept secrets.
How wildlife photographers can help drive positive environmental engagement through powerful images?
This isle has always had a healing power.
Orangutan numbers have dropped two-thirds since the 1970s as agriculture destroys their habitat.
Russia's 'whale jail' set to close after international outcry
A bio-polymer in crustacean shells called chitin can be developed into a biodegradable and recyclable material.
Concerns over sanitary and environmental risks have led people to go back to perfumes made with more naturally derived compounds.
Kenya's Wildlife Service rangers rescued three elephants bogged down in the muddy waters of Lake Kapnarok on Monday.
A frog species on the brink of extinction has new hope after researchers made a dating profile for its last man standing.
We spoke to Matthew Richards about his adventures on one of Europe’s less talked about hiking trails, the 600km Slovenian mountain trail.
Climate change may threaten one of the world's longest living animals in the Seychelles, but local NGOs found a way to help them.
Two Texas snake removers found 45 rattlesnakes underneath a house when responding to a call.
Two new projects are aiming to restore and save coral reefs.
With spring back to the earth, flowers have begun blooming in southwest China's Guizhou Province, attracting large numbers of visitors to enjoy the vitality of the earth.
There are only 38,000 Asian Elephants left in the world, so the birth of a female calf at a Belgian zoo is an important event for the conservation of the species.
Robinson Crusoe island sets example for the world in conservation
The Galápagos National Park will start a breeding program for the species.