In celebration of their 50 year anniversary, we sat down with three Canyoneers, Daniel, Maritza, and Samantha, to discuss the value of time spent in nature, favorite spots around the county, and dreams for the next 50 years.
Birding in San Diego is like a party that lasts all year. But winter is when San Diegans celebrate our feathered friends with festivals, holidays, and opportunities to contribute to bird-centric science. Here are four ways to love and learn more about our region’s beautiful birds. (No birding experience necessary!)
An arctic sea duck bone turned up in a Kumeyaay archaeology dig, 10 miles from San Diego's coastline. Let the head scratching begin.
Spotting animals in the wild is hard, but researchers from The Nat have a few easy tricks up their sleeves. Here are three things you can do to spot wildlife when it's most active—at night.
Join us on a recent expedition to the Sierra Juárez of Northern Baja California, where we searched for rare plants and found hope for the future.
After poring over our botany collection, a visiting expert names several species new to science.
The San Luis Rey River Valley is home to the first fossil evidence of modern capybara ancestors in North America
When life gives you a whale head, you bury it, then give it a bath, and let the research begin.