Summer is on and we're here to be your gallery guides, field guides, and your partners in nature and culture discovery all around town!
Scientists have long wondered if Mars could support life. But what exactly should we look for?
Angelenos have been switching out lawns for alternative turf, and visiting NHM to soak up conservation tips for their gardens and neighborhoods.
Students dig up the bones of real prehistoric beasts for college credit in the first-ever La Brea Tar Pits Field School.
A decade of rich digs at Project 23
Digitization of collections unlocks climate clues.
How security cameras help document wildlife in backyards.
Choose your outfit carefully before you go on a nature walk.
Fossilized feces help confirm the diet of extinct “bone-crushing” dogs
Welcome to our new series, "Voices of L.A. Nature," where we'll hear stories from a diverse range of Angelenos about their relationships with nature in L.A.
Because this region is so big and so much of it is private property, we enlist people (aka community scientists) all across the region to help us study the local biodiversity.
Our wet winter across the western U.S. is likely to make for an excellent spring mating season for alligator lizards, and we need your help to study their mating activity.
Valentine’s Day is our annual reminder that we are entering alligator lizard mating season.
Finding a hummingbird habitat in Downtown Los Angeles.