Dungeness crabbers finished the season without a single whale entanglement, unlike past years, but they paid a price.
For decades, whale migration and crabbing operated as a tag team. But now, the whales are coming sooner—widening the window for exposure to fishing gear.
Huge crowds are harvesting mussels and other invertebrates. Could this damage the much-beloved reef?
Can crows help explain human interest and rituals surrounding death?