A reader asks: How can I protest safely while the coronavirus is still a threat?
Despite facing an uncertain future, keepers are finding new ways to connect to animals and the public.
J.J. Hastings came off the grid into a pandemic. Stranded in Washington, she started swabbing for the virus.
A reader asks: Can I bake and share food with my neighbors?
From bird counts to COVID-19 testing, you can help researchers collect critical data from home.
Readers ask: Can I get elective surgery? Is my bike commute safe? Should fish tank cleaners come into my home?
With 100-year floods occurring twice a decade, a dam could offer relief — or endanger salmon and ecosystems.
A reader asks: Can my band go to the recording studio together if we practice social distancing?
Despite a swarm of worried calls, officials say humans don’t need to panic just yet.
PNW scientists went into the woods, ocean and outer space. We followed them.
Most people in King County are adapting, according to a UW survey, but researchers worry depression and anxiety could amplify as the pandemic wears on.
A reader asks: What exactly is the goal of quarantine, and are we there yet?
Ken Wu catalogs and measures British Columbia’s biggest trees in order to protect them.
Readers ask: When and where is it OK to get behind the wheel during a pandemic? We explore the gray area.
COVID-19 may be putting a dent in pollution, but we can't lose sight of how it's devastating humanity.
Zoology researcher Vikram Baliga is turning everything we know about flight on its head by studying how birds take to the sky.