During equinox, the chances to see the aurora borealis display increases.
For weeks, a massive manatee was spotted hanging out in Cape waters. However, as cooler temperatures arrive in fall, wildlife experts say that Cape Cod's strange visitor might be in danger.
Plants and animals alter their behaviors based on the seasons. Humans, it turns out, are no different. Here are just a few ways we change with the season.
Deciduous trees along rivers and streams provide protection from damaging solar radiation and valuable foliage every autumn. Fallen leaves act as a vital food source for insects, and keeping insect populations healthy could ultimately help river ecosystems combat climate change, researchers reveal in a new study.
In recent days, as temperatures increased in Minnesota and Wisconsin, millions of ladybugs crept out from hidden crevices to plague homeowners. Although these tiny insects were once considered cute, their huge swarms are causing more people to view them as mere pests.
Raking is a common fall chore that actually stunts the growth of grass, trees and plants.
Deer mate during the fall and move around more, increasesing the risk of life threatening deer-vehicle collisions. To address this increasing problem, researchers from the University of Georgia have developed a map that indicates where and when drivers are at a higher risk of hitting a deer in Georgia. Now researchers from other states are taking note of their methodology.
Each fall like clockwork leaves start to change from green to various shades of yellow, orange and red. So why exactly do these colors surface in the fall?