- Residents upset that Ohio officials killed non-native swans Updated: May-06-16 4:00 pm
CANTON, Ohio - The killing of non-native swans by wildlife officials to make way for native ones has upset some residents who complain neighbors weren't warned and the shootings weren't warranted.
- 2,000 LED-tagged pigeons stage show in NYC sky Updated: May-06-16 2:07 pm
NEW YORK - New York is staging a show with 2,000 pigeons tagged with LED lights illuminating the city's night sky.
- Penguin that wore a wetsuit and starred in kid's book dies Updated: May-06-16 1:24 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - A San Francisco penguin that once sported a wetsuit after losing his feathers and who starred in a children's book has died at the age of 33, officials said this week.
- Lakefront housing project delayed after bald eagles found Updated: May-05-16 12:16 pm
HOPATCONG, New Jersey - The developer of a housing project on a New Jersey lake has voluntarily halted construction to allow a pair of nesting bald eagles to care for their two eaglets.
- California hunter convicted of 'baiting' mourning doves Updated: May-05-16 12:58 am
FRESNO, California - A federal jury in Sacramento has found a Northern California man guilty of violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act by baiting a field for hunting purposes.
- Agency: Eagle hit Alaska plane before crash that killed 4 Updated: May-04-16 7:46 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A small airplane hit a bald eagle before it crashed and burst into flames just north of Anchorage last month, killing all four people on board, authorities said Wednesday.
- The Latest: Investigators examine where eagle hit airplane Updated: May-04-16 7:27 pm
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The Latest on investigators saying a bald eagle struck a small plane before in crashed last month in Alaska (all times local):
- New federal rule would permit thousands of eagle deaths Updated: May-04-16 5:53 pm
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is revising a federal rule that allows wind-energy companies to operate high-speed turbines for up to 30 years, even if means killing or injuring thousands of federally protected bald and golden eagles.
- Critics question mine exploration near Alaska eagle preserve Updated: May-04-16 1:58 am
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - In early winter, after most tourists have fled Alaska, another kind of visitor flies in: bald eagles, up to 4,000 of them.
- Mid-Hudson bridge home to 2 peregrine falcon hatchlings Updated: May-04-16 12:40 am
ALBANY, New York - The Mid-Hudson Bridge is home to newly hatched peregrine falcons for the 20th straight year.
- Vermont family to keep wood duck after state issues permit Updated: May-02-16 5:31 pm
MIDDLESEX, Vermont - State game officials have backed down and allowed a woman to keep a 3-year-old wood duck that was brought home by one of her dogs when it was a chick.
- Rare seabirds hatching chicks in protected Hawaiian Islands Updated: May-02-16 3:36 pm
HONOLULU - A rare seabird whose population was wiped out of Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands is now hatching healthy chicks on the atoll.
- Bald eagles find home in refuge around northeast Iowa Updated: May-02-16 1:46 pm
LANSING, Iowa - An area in northeast Iowa has become a home for bald eagles as numbers of the predatory bird continue to grow around Lansing.
- With cameras running, Savannah owls are a hit again Updated: May-01-16 10:01 am
SAVANNAH, Georgia - Cue the tears from the empty-nesters. The second season of The Landings owl show has come to a close.
- Bald eagle rescued by Minnesota trooper returned to wild Updated: Apr-30-16 12:24 pm
HASTINGS, Minnesota - A bald eagle is back in the wild more than a month after being rescued by a Minnesota State Trooper.
- Cheyenne Bottoms visitors to learn about shorebird migration Updated: Apr-29-16 4:25 pm
CHEYENNE, Kansas - An event at a wildlife refuge in Cheyenne will allow visitors to see and learn about thousands of shorebirds that have migrated to the rural Kansas area this spring.
- Oakland Zoo, Audubon Society team up to help birds Updated: Apr-28-16 2:54 pm
OAKLAND, California - The Oakland Zoo and the Golden Gate Audubon Society have teamed up to help save fledgling birds that have fallen from their nests onto the busy streets of downtown Oakland.
- Bird strike leaves large dent on jetliner's nose Updated: Apr-28-16 2:02 pm
SEATTLE - Officials say a Dallas-bound American Airlines flight returned to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport shortly after takeoff after a bird strike left a large dent on the jetliner's nose.
- Geese rescued from roof of Salt Lake Valley school Updated: Apr-28-16 1:35 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah wildlife officials have some company at their office in Springville after relocating a family of geese that had been trapped on the roof of a charter school.
- 2 trumpeter swans to be released at Iowa lake Updated: Apr-28-16 11:29 am
CORNING, Iowa - Two trumpeter swans are set to be released at a southwest Iowa lake.
- Eagle cam catches cat being fed to eaglets Updated: Apr-28-16 11:28 am
PITTSBURGH - Cat lovers may be less inclined to view an online livestream of a family of bald eagles in Pittsburgh after the webcam showed two adult eagles feeding a feline to their eaglets.
- Nappanee police investigate damage to 9-foot wooden eagle Updated: Apr-27-16 10:52 pm
NAPPANEE, Indiana - Nappanee police believe vandals are to blame for a wing being knocked off a beloved 9-foot-tall wooden eagle that had been carved from a tree outside the city's post office.
- Plane hit by bird returns to Seattle; was headed to Dallas Updated: Apr-27-16 7:54 pm
SEATTLE - Officials say an American Airlines flight headed to Dallas returned to the Seattle Tacoma International Airport after striking a bird during takeoff.
- Indiana's oldest known bald eagle recovering from injury Updated: Apr-27-16 6:04 pm
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - After almost 28 years living in the wild, a bald eagle that was part of a reintroduction program at Lake Monroe is recovering in a Nashville-area rehabilitation center.
- Democrats dispute claim that shielding birds hurts military Updated: Apr-26-16 8:54 pm
WASHINGTON - House Democrats on Tuesday released letters from Pentagon officials that they said should put an end to "silly speculation" generated by Republicans that protecting a bird known as the greater sage-grouse could hamstring the U.S. military.