Native plants fall behind as climate change transforms California
A UCLA-led study examining whether plant species in California have shifted to higher elevations, possibly in response to climate change, discovered that non-native plants are moving fastest, altering and potentially damaging ecosystems.
Learn to Identify Five Owls by Their Calls
These hooters have surprisingly big vocabularies.
Twelve Native Milkweeds for Monarchs
The monarch butterfly population in North America has plummeted by over 90 percent in just the last 20 years.
6 Cool Animals That Live Only in California
California is one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet. And because our state is not only hemmed in by tall mountain ranges but surrounded by places that are significantly different in an ecological sense, the Golden State is isolated in many ways from the landscapes adjoining it.