Budding naturalist Lea and her SciGirl pals investigate what the non-native Canary Island Palm does to San Diego habitats, comparing the palms to native trees.
In many parts of Arizona, rivers and lakes are rare.
The quagga mussel, along with the similar zebra mussel, are considered invasive species.
Creepy crawly insects and creatures with big teeth and bigger roars can be scary. In preparation for Halloween, here’s a tale of one of the scariest creatures around: the sea lamprey.
What’s threatening planet Earth and how can we protect it? Find out more in these videos of kids at the Museum.
Your mission today, should you choose to accept, is to match the image of an invasive species with its name and description.
In this activity, students will learn how non-native species can damage the balance of an ecosystem.
NPR food and farming reporter Dan Charles gives us the play-by-play to how it took two concurrent approaches to eradicate this devastating pest.
We talk with entomologist Samuel Ramsey who explains how much of a threat the Asian giant hornet could be to honeybees throughout the country. And, he shares his own encounter fighting these insects while researching bees in Thailand.
We wanted to hear about the invasives where you live.
NPR science correspondent Dan Charles explains how scientists hope to stop the spread of this invasive pest, the spotted lanternfly, by importing a natural enemy from its home in China.