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Tortoise hatchlings spotted on the island of Pinzón last year are the first to have survived there in more than a century. Thanks to conservation efforts, tortoises are making a comeback.
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This year’s Great Backyard Bird Count runs from February 13 to February 16. It’s free and easy to participate. Find out how here.
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NOAA’s 2014 Arctic Report Card shows that amplified warming in the Arctic is leading to changes across the land and sea.
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Scientists say California's drought is being driven by low (but not unprecedented) precipitation and record high temperatures.
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Despite warm waters in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, the latest update from NOAA explains why El Nino has still not fully developed.
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After months of anticipation, the NOAA Climate Prediction Center finally issued an El Niño advisory on March 5. How will it affect your weather?
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The U.S. Southwest and Central Plains are at high risk for a megadrought later this century if greenhouse gas concentrations continue to rise, says a new study.
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Beneath Yellowstone National Park lies a volcanic hotspot. The most recent enormous eruption occurred 640,000 years ago. What's going on now?
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Thousands of new species are discovered each year. Some big, some small, this year’s notable finds include an Antarctic sea anemone and a leaf-tailed gecko.
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Now in its 115th year, the Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count has become a holiday tradition. Here's how to take part.
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Densovirus is the likely culprit behind sea-star wasting disease, which has killed millions of sea stars along North America's west coast.
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