With a unique geographic location, rich geologic history, and wealth of fossils, Cincinnati has become a darling among paleontologists.
Not all creatures are friends. These flora and fauna are wanted dead or alive.
Take your eco knowledge to the next level with these classes and guided tours.
At the Edge of Appalachia Preserve, tiny endangered species like the Indiana bat, green salamander, and Allegheny woodrat find space to survive and thrive.
Sometimes the best way to explore the city is to get out of it. Hit the trails and learn how to leave no trace as you enjoy our area's natural beauty.
Ohio’s raptors are making a comeback, thanks in part to one Milford-based nonprofit.
When it comes to river health and the creatures who live in and along it, the Ohio’s muddy surface only tells part of the story.
Jason Neumann dives fork-first into the bounty of nature—and he can teach you how to do the same.
Cincinnati Nature Center’s Jason Neumann offers some tips for making peace with the natural landscape challenges.
Rehabilitation efforts do pay off, and these three species are living proof.