You can visit what seems like a real rainforest without leaving the Queen City.
It's a rare day that human development gets returned to nature, but a fledgling project in WNY aims to do just that.
Whitehall, NY has been a hot bed of Bigfoot activity for hundreds of years.
Camp Huntington , located in the center part of the Adirondacks on Raquette Lake and now a SUNY Environmental Education Center, was once a playground of the rich and famous.
Generation after generation, farms keep the country fed, yet how often do people stop to think about all the work that goes into the things we eat?
The allure of nature can be a funny thing sometimes. Interest in one aspect of the wild often can lead to a wealth of knowledge you might never have expected.
Daybreak's Terry Belke takes us 2 the Outdoors this morning to meet a local group fighting to take care of nature.
Even if you have been to this little known park on Lake Ontario, a return visit guarantees it won't look the same.
Spring ephemeral wildflowers live most of their above-ground lives in the early part of spring, while the trees surrounding them are free of leaves.
Scavengers come in all shapes and sizes, but some of the most efficient scavengers are birds. In Western NY, the Turkey Vulture reigns as the chief scavenger.
Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary in Delevan has been raising birds since 1983, and is the largest covered aviary in the United States.
Although it may not always seem like it, Spring is finally here and that means that life in the natural world is beginning is to reawaken
More and more black bears are making their home in WNY. Can biologists help them coexist with their human neighbors?
The Niagara Escarpment lies just underfoot yet is mostly unknown, a giant land mass providing habitat for both man and animal.
Beaver Island's location on the Niagara River makes it a magnet for bird life.