14 minutes

[ ]

An Adventure in Urban Wildlife

By

The words “urban wildlife photography” may seem boring, perhaps pictures of squirrels or pigeons. It turns out, the animals that call our cities home have a lot to teach us!

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

Using Bird Vomit to Uncover History!

By

How can owl pellets help us make conservation decisions? It turns out a little bit of gross science can have a big impact! And it’s actually pretty cool!

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

Duke Lemur Center: Inspired Leadership

By

Check out the Duke Lemur Center, a remarkable place dedicated to the research and conservation of some of this planet’s most threatened and unique species!

Read More

17 minutes

[ ]

Remembering the Crocodile Hunter

By

Today, Ever Widening Circles remembers one of the true action heroes of our time, one committed to the sanctity of animal life and preservation thereof, the one and only Crocodile Hunter: Steve Irwin.

Read More

30 minutes

[ ]

Celebrating Remarkable Places Around the World!

By

Join us as we celebrate some of the remarkable places around the world we have explored over the past year! From frozen music festivals, to incredible wildlife, to jaw-dropping heights, here are some of our favorites.

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

How is an Eel Like a Taser?

By

What could we learn from the “outliers”? Here’s a way to start down the path of finding something to respect and even learn from the un-lovables.

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

Get an Up Close Look at The Aquatic World

By

Check out The Aquatic World with Philippe Cousteau, a phenomenal series from Great Big Story that is making science more approachable for us all!

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

Wonders, Just One Year Ago!

By

One year ago this month there was the typical negativity in the news cycle, but there was also amazing possibility and innovation being celebrated right here! Enjoy our look back to our top 8 articles from November 2015. (Oh,.. and there’s food there!)

Read More

4 minutes

[ ]

Meet the Aardwolf!

By

Have you heard about a remarkable creature called the aardwolf? What are they, some kind of aardvark wolf hybrid? Let us introduce you to another of the planet’s awesome animals!

Read More

11 minutes

[ ]

How Blue Whale Poop Changed This Scientist’s Life

By

The study Whale Poop may not sound like life changing science, but for this scientist, it not only changed her life, it shifted the way we think about one of the planet’s most remarkable species and the ways we study them!

Read More

35 minutes

[ ]

Exploring Wild_Life and Celebrating Natural Wonder

By

Check out this incredible new web series from National Geographic! wild_life with Bertie Gregory heads to the Pacific Northwest for a new take on documenting our planet’s amazing natural wonders!

Read More

9 minutes

[ ]

Beauty Beyond Our Perception

By

Take a few minutes to witness the beauty around us, yet beyond our wildest imagination. Here’s a thought leader working at the intersection of technology, art, and science. See what you think…

Read More

13 minutes

[ ]

Celebrating 600: Proof This Is Still An Amazing World!

By

As the 24-hour news cycle seems to spiral ever downward, EWC is the new place on the web for exactly the opposite trajectory! We are connecting you to countless reasons to think the future is so amazingly bright. Take a look!

Read More

6 minutes

[ ]

A Thank You From Wounda

By

We’ve all heard a little about the “intelligence” of animals, but what about “emotional intelligence”? Wounda, a once near-death chimpanzee of Dr. Goodall fame, shows us there’s more going on here than we ever dreamed.

Read More

17 minutes

[ ]

News That Will Leave You a Little Smarter!

By

One of our favorite Youtube channels, The Brain Scoop, is bringing science news to everybody with their new show the Natural News! Check out some news that will leave you a little smarter!

Read More

6 minutes

[ ]

Could Something Called “Slime Mold” Be Smart?

By

Just when you thought you could call your enemy an “ignorant piece of slime mold,” scientists have discovered “intelligence” that rivals some of the lapses in the teenage mind! Check this out!

Read More

7 minutes

[ ]

Continental Collision Course

By

Not many of us stop to think about what the world looked like before our continents separated and then re-connected in a new way many years ago. Why does it still matter? Fascinating food for thought here today! Take a look…

Read More

8 minutes

[ ]

Pygmy Seahorses: Small Wonders of the Sea

By

We don’t have to write about the world’s largest natural wonders to celebrate Nature’s most spectacular creations. Let us introduce you to the pygmy seahorse, one of the planet’s smallest marvels.

Read More

10 minutes

[ ]

The Tale of the Flapper and the Panda

By

Where did our love for pandas begin? Arguably with a flapper and a panda named Su Lin. Here’s their remarkable story and a little look at how pandas have come to influence our conservation efforts!

Read More

47 minutes

[ ]

Can Animals Communicate Deep Thoughts and Emotions?

By

Have you ever had an experience with an animal that left you certain that animals have rich emotional lives and thoughts we might relate to very well? Today’s feature will make you feel very wise.

Read More

38 minutes

[ ]

Coral Morphologic: The Art of Conservation

By

How do we get people to care about some of the planet’s most unique and imperiled species? Coral Morphologic is an artistic team that is bringing together art and science in a remarkably new way to do just that!

Read More

7 minutes

[ ]

Unearthing the DNA of the Jungle with Leeches

By

How can leeches help biologist study remote ecosystems? It turns out researchers can use these often overlooked creatures to learn about species hidden from view! Here’s the fascinating story.

Read More

48 minutes

[ ]

Meet the Coywolf

By

Can we adapt too as we push into places where wildlife should have a right of way? A new hybrid – part coyote and part wolf – may be finding a niche we might want to work with! Take a look…

Read More

14 minutes

[ ]

Celebrating Our Similarities

By

What if we spent more time celebrating our similarities? Here’s a National Geographic Photographer’s tale of how connected we really are to even the world’s most remote populations!

Read More

24 minutes

[ ]

Sheepdogs: the Brilliant Relationship of Man and Dog

By

The relationship between man and dog is a unique part of our shared evolutionary history. Here’s a look at beautiful way they continue to fit into that history from many perspectives…

Read More

7 minutes

[ ]

Get a Backbone!

By

What if life on earth never evolved a solid scaffolding: bones? Can we imagine a planet where soft bodies like worms and octopus evolved big brains? Our backbone seems to have changed everything and the story of it’s evolution is fascinating.

Read More

10 minutes

[ ]

Bettering our World: Lessons From an Ocean Photographer

By

Here are some insights from a marine conservation photographer about how we can have a greater positive impact on our planet, whether we are saving our seas or changing the dialogue about our world!

Read More

7 minutes

[ ]

Life Lessons from Beetles with Bubbles

By

Can beetles remind us of some important life lessons? Let us introduce you to the riffle beetle, a fascinating little water beetle who has a lot to teach us!

Read More

7 minutes

[ ]

Ever Wondered How Bees Make Honey?

By

Have you ever wondered how bees make honey? These complex creatures aren’t just remarkable, they are a key part of the ecosystems we depend on!

Read More