Black-and-white picture of a wild turkey, a large bird of the Meleagris genus. Wild turkeys live in open woodlands, and were popular sources of meat for early American settlers.
A youthful wild horse cavorts in a lush, green pasture. The playful motion of the horse's tail indicates that it is enjoying the outside lifestyle. As soon as the horse is done playing in the grass, it can enjoy some grazing in the sun.
Many people enjoy watching birds at a bird feeder, but did you know that there are different varieties of birdseed? Learn which types of seed are best for attracting various kinds of birds to your yard.
Lilium canadense is most commonly known as the Canada lily or wild yellow lily. Wild yellow lilies are common to the eastern United States and often pop up in unexpected places.
Digital image of a mallard, a wild, dabbling duck that is native to the Northern Hemisphere. This mallard duck is flying up out of the pond, surrounded by cat tails.
A close-up of a zebra, a type of wild animal indigenous to Africa, is pictured. The bold black and white stripes of the zebra are so perfectly placed that they seem done by a paintbrush.
Ireland abounds with wild, natural splendor, making it easy to see the attraction it holds for artists and poets alike. The interactive map on this page can help visitors find locations in Ireland.
Eschscholzia californica, or the California poppy, is the California state flower and comes in a variety of colors. It is often found growing wild throughout the state.
The northern lights explode over a snowy mountain range in Alaska, resulting in a dramatic, green sky. Visitors to the arctic can expect a dramatic environment with powerful extremes.
Rising temperatures, changing rainfall and encroaching diseases are threatening the world's coffee crops. A new study says many of coffee's wild relatives, which could help the crop adapt to a warmer world, are also at risk. ...
Voice of America. Fri, 18 Jan 2019 02:52:00 -0500.