Learn about the inspiring work of environmentalist Farmer Tantoh and his quest to help bring clean water and gardens to Cameroon.
This year World Otter Day is May 25. Let’s celebrate these amazing, water-loving, playful, carnivorous mammals.
Endangered Species Day is held each year, on the 3rd Friday of May. Click here for more information on Endangered Species Day and to find events in your area. *Mongabay Kids is not responsible for content on external websites.
Parties are awesome! But some party decorations are better for nature than others. Read our tips for nature-friendly decorating.
This Earth Day (and every day!), do something to help Earth. Read on for a few ideas from Mongabay Kids.
Learn more about Venus flytraps and how to protect them. Visit the US Fish & Wildlife Service website: https://www.fws.gov/southeast/wildlife/plants/venus-flytrap/ https://www.fws.gov/southeast/articles/buyer-beware-do-not-buy-poached-venus-flytrap-plants/ *Mongabay Kids is not responsible for content published on external sites.
Doug Beetle finds out about the amazing story of Isatou Ceesay and the recycling women of The Gambia, who came up with a clever solution to plastic pollution.
National Moth Week is almost here and you can participate. Get involved and get mothing!
By Mary Dagg, Anne Innis Dagg Foundation Giraffe numbers have declined significantly from the impact of people. People have been hunting them for their bones, skin and meat. Here are three ways you can help: 1. Tell your family, friends and schoolmates to never…