Charles Siebert has written extensively on animal behavior and humans' relationships with animals. He is the author of the Byliner Original Rough Beasts.
Praised for his insightful writing about nature, David Quammen is the author of many books, including Spillover. He lives in Montana, drawn there by trout.
Bruce Barcott writes about wildlife and the environment for Outside and National Geographic, as well as for the New York Times Book Review and OnEarth.
The brilliantly reported, bizarre account of the day in 2011 when a man in Zanesville, Ohio, released his menagerie of fifty exotic animals.
Beyond our shores lurk the Goths of contagion, killer viruses that could quickly wipe out this country’s animal kindgom and send world markets into free fall. Out on Plum Island, the government is doing all it can to keep the hordes at bay.
A few months in a cabin on the near edge of the wilderness. With only nature for company, and time—lots and lots of time— for contemplation.
In a Baja lagoon, something is going on between whales and marine biologists. Is it interspecies communication?
There is something about chimpanzees—their tantalizing closeness to us in both appearance and genetic detail—that has always driven human beings to behavioral extremes.
Along with the need to track the physical evidence of animal cruelty there is the deeper and more complex challenge of trying to parse its underlying causes and ultimate ramifications.
Attacks by elephants on villages, people and other animals are on the rise. Some researchers are pointing to a species-wide trauma and the fraying of the fabric of pachyderm society.