Southern California's iconic beaches are in danger of complete erosion in the coming 100 years.
Get ready to get your wanderlust bug tickled. With heavenly white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, amazing underwater life and some of the best diving sites in the whole world, Asia is a wonder to behold and truly offers paradise on Earth. Become a beach bum and frolick barefoot on the beaches
What does "wilderness" mean? Is there a reason, in all cases, to try to bring back or shore up threatened species? To what are we bringing them back? Author M.R. O'Connor asked these and other questions while looking at the humans and animals involved in pretty significant conservation stories, including that of the Northern Right Whale, a yellow toad whose habitat is under a Tanzanian waterfall, and the White Rhino.
Warmer climates are yielding more female hatchlings, researchers explain in a new study. This could have serious impacts on the survival of struggling loggerhead sea turtle populations in Florida.
Earlier this month Costa Rican beaches within the Ostional Wildlife Refuge in Guanacaste saw picture-perfect conditions, leading to a great host of olive ridley sea turtles to come ashore to lay their eggs. Unfortunately, a great beach day also attracted tourists and locals alike, many of whom wound up disrupting this crucial nesting time.
Green sea turtles are considered to be endangered worldwide. However, researchers from the University of Central Florida have counted a record-breaking number of nests, which suggests the species might be recovering.
It's a red coastline in Southern California as hundreds of thousands of red tuna crabs invade beaches, brought to the region by warm ocean currents, officials said Wednesday.
Hawaii's beautiful beaches are vanishing due to chronic erosion, and lawmakers are trying to figure out a way to restore them to their once pristine conditions.
It's that time of year when college students all over the country migrate to warmer climates for a good time. But the NOAA is urging spring breakers along the Gulf Coast in particular to avoid wild dolphins when hitting the beaches this week.
Ironically, one upside to the recent California drought is that it has resulted in cleaner and healthier water for beachgoers, a new report says.
Scientists have enlisted border collies to patrol our beaches and chase off seagulls infesting our waters with harmful E. coli bacteria.
Next time you're scouring the beaches for seashells to add to your collection, think again. A study 30 years in the making has found that the removal of seashells from beaches could damage ecosystems and endanger organisms that rely on shells for their survival.