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WEIRD WEATHER WATCH

Spectacular New Species Discovered

The latest in a series of WWF reports looks at new species discovered in the Mekong region of Southeast Asia.

"Coneflower and Grasshopper," and More Summer Scenes

The best summer photos from you, our readers.

7 Surprising Facts About Bats

Bats are more than creepy B-movie villains. Check out these fascinating facts about bats, which are mammals just like us. (Well, maybe not just like us.)

Birds in Flight

Go Birdwatching with The Daily Green Community. Even if you're stuck indoors, you can still do some virtual birding with these great photos. Binoculars not required.

Hungry Baby Robin and More Warm Weather Shots

Spring scenes from around the world. Send us your photos of spring.

Weird Weather

January Cherry Blossoms, Supercharged Storms, Snowless Ski Slopes and other Odd and Off-Season Weather Events.

Pollution Protestor

Smoggy Skies, Smokestack Plumes, Beach Litter and Other Photos that Call Attention to Problems We Want Fixed.

Sign of the Times

Billboards, Bumper Stickers and Other Statements about this Moment in the Environmental Movement.

Worth Preserving

Preserving the Natural World at its Untouched Best, from American Goldfinch to Wild Zinnia.


WHAT: Weird Weather Watch is the photoblog of climate change, featuring daily reports from the weather frontlines.

WHO: You, The Daily Green community of cell-phone photojournalists, weekend climatologists, and backyard bird watchers.

WHY: Because even though climate experts tell us that no weather-related event can be scientifically linked to global climate change (and we agree), we can recognize when something weird is in the air.

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An Australian native, now visible in Central Park.

When Daylight Savings Time 2013 Ends

Daylight Savings Time ends in 2013 on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 a.m.

Lilliputian Beetle

The stunning results of a survey of one of the world's least-touched places.

A New Species of Katydid

The stunning results of a survey of one of the world's least-touched places.

Fall Equinox is Today

The first day of fall signals much--but it's not yet time to set the clocks back.

Fall Foliage Predictions for 2013

Which part of the U.S. will see the best fall color? Find out.


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