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The Niagara River corridor from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario is renowned as a spectacular winter haven for hundreds of thousands of water birds.
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The National Wildlife Federation has recognized Rehoboth Golf Park at 20054 Shuttle Road in Rehoboth Beach as an official Certified Wildlife Habitat site.
Handy Brake National Wildlife Refuge near Mer Rouge is a home to waterfowl of all kinds.
Gastonia is considering whether to allow bow deer hunting. The Gaston Gazette reported that if the idea is approved, the archery program probably would only apply in heavily wooded areas.
Wildlife experts in New Hampshire counted the state's highest one-day total of bald eagles in 30 years last month - another sign that the nation's once-decimated bald eagle population has almost fully recovered.
A large cougar that had taken cover under a collapsed gazebo in a Sylvan Lake backyard was shot by Alberta Fish and Wildlife officers Wednesday night.
Dave Godwin, wild turkey program coordinator for the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, tells WLBT-TV that the summer hatch season in 2012 was a good one in the state.
The Philippines is to build an elephant monument from the ashes of seized tusks it destroyed in a landmark action against the ivory trade, an official said Thursday.
In a 2-1 ruling, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel said that much of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 2008 biological opinion about the Delta smelt was not arbitrary and capricious as a lower court judge had ruled.
Oiled penguins admitted to the wildlife clinic at Phillip Island Nature Parks in Australia receive the jumpers to prevent them from grooming themselves and swallowing oil before the staff cleans them.
A deadly young Nile crocodile has been captured alive in Everglades National Park.
Wildlife conservationists say the number of California condors suffering from lead poisoning is one of the lowest in nearly a decade.
By JUSTINE MCDANIEL Capital News Service As March Madness approaches, college mascots are busy getting ready for excited fans, tailgating students and historic games.
A mother black bear and her triplet cubs are now snoring through the remainder of their hibernation in Smithers, oblivious to the frantic arrangements underway outside their den.
State wildlife officials had to capture and spay an endangered female gray wolf after she hooked up with a domestic guard dog in Pend Oreille County.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is urging people to contact their MP to ask them to attend and take part in the Parliamentary debate and vote against the badger cull tomorrow, Thursday, March 13. MPs will be debating whether the Government's culling policy should continue.