Landrum family gets goats to deal with invasive species
- Idaho Statesman
- Charlotte Observer
The animal has gone “locally extinct” in areas, national park biologists said.
- FTW Outdoors
For three bear cubs on Alaska’s Brooks River, the sight of a giant moose bounding past them might still be etched upon their minds.
- FTW Outdoors
A Colorado man investigating a noise in his backyard late Saturday night startled a bear, which knocked him over and held him down.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said a man was attacked by a bear in his backyard on Saturday and now they're searching for the animal, which might be injured
- The Columbus Dispatch
A prehistoric, 200-pound Ohio fish is among the at risk animals bill could help, Matt Misicka and Collin O'Mara write.
- Raleigh News and Observer
North Carolina is the only place on earth where you can find a red wolf in the wild.
A Mansfield man woke up to an unexpected sight on his camera system early Tuesday morning.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife agents have called off their search for the bear in an attack in New Castle.
- WPTV- West Palm Beach Scripps
The shelter brought back 57 animals from Florida's west coast. Those animals are in quarantine for two weeks but the shelter needs the public's help with adoptions so they can rescue more.
Peatland restoration targets to be tripled in Wales in an attempt to boost biodiversity.
- Journal Star
Only a week after staff noticed that the white bison was ill, the animal died at Wildlife Prairie Park.
- Associated Press
Will Peratino and his partner Lauren Stepp would not leave their Pine Island compound, even as authorities pleaded with residents to abandon their homes because of damaged roads, including a collapsed bridge that prevented deliveries of food, gas and other life-sustaining supplies. “Our animal numbers are about to be blown out of the water by 100 cages of parrots,” Stern said, before embarking on the rescue mission.
A pair of endangered parrots are given a new home in the hope that it will help them mate.
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