Jeff Kerby

Indigenous Cultures and Hi-Tech Drones Reveal Secrets of Siberia

By Jeff Kerby Mid-July on Siberia’s Yamal Peninsula and the mosquitoes are biting my face. The big Russian helicopter that minutes ago slurped free from the tundra now floats quietly on the southern horizon. With a collective sigh, my ...

A Beeline Through Kakamega Rainforest

By Jeff Kerby and Zach Fuller Honeybees are famously in trouble, but not all populations are showing signs of stress. Hives in East Africa—where honeybees are critical pollinators for coffee, cacao, and cashews—seem more resilient than their American ...