Recognizing monarch butterflies under the Endangered Species Act may do more harm than good

Recent scientific evidence shows that conservation programs could harm monarch populations if done at large scales

Six lifestyle tips from parasitic bees

Here's the guide you didn't know you needed to being a successful cuckoo bee

Your own yard could help reverse global insect declines

Non-native plants are one of many factors driving global declines in insect populations – but you can help

Backyard data in six US states shows that native mason bees are declining

For 13 years, volunteers across the mid-Atlantic region helped scientists track mason bees

Carpenter ant cleaning its antennae

Muhammed Mahdi Karim via Wikimedia

Ants swallow their own acidic venom to filter their gut microbiome

Spitting formic acid isn’t just a defense mechanism, it’s also a disinfectant

Here's why insect protein could be the next whey powder

Changing the way we think about protein may have a big impact on the environment

When you smell the roses, do they smell you back?

Scientists have found that plants like Canada goldenrod deploy defenses against insects on scent