- Second baby eagle dies in Iowa nest connected to webcam Updated: May-27-16 4:06 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - A second baby eagle has died in a northeastern Iowa nest that people around the world watch online through a webcam.
- Flooding forces staff to move animals at Scottsbluff zoo Updated: May-27-16 8:20 am
SCOTTSBLUFF, Nebraska - Flooding at a Scottsbluff zoo has forced workers to move some animals for their safety.
- Biologists studying birds' longevity, survival, genetics Updated: May-27-16 5:02 am
TERRE HAUTE, Indiana - Overhead, high-pitched cackles echoed through the sky Wednesday as two peregrine falcons circled closely above the 12-story Sycamore Building in downtown Terre Haute.
- Minnesota eagle, a symbol for wounded vets, dies at age 35 Updated: May-26-16 10:21 pm
WABASHA, Minnesota - A Minnesota eagle that gained fame in national TV appearances and as a symbol for wounded veterans has died at the ripe old age of 35, the National Eagle Center announced Thursday.
- Cedar Rapids may turn to hunters for help with geese Updated: May-25-16 4:21 pm
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Cedar Rapids may turn to hunters to help lower the number of geese making a mess of the city.
- 2 artificial islands rebuilt seabird rookery: 2000 nests Updated: May-25-16 8:28 am
NEW IBERIA, Louisiana - Two artificial islands created for seabird nesting have been rebuilt, and are more successful than biologists had hoped, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says.
- Dogs suspected of killing 34 native seabirds on Kauai Updated: May-24-16 8:40 am
HONOLULU - State wildlife officials are investigating after more than 30 native seabirds were found dead on the south coast of Kauai.
- Porcupine Mountains plans extensive holiday activities Updated: May-23-16 8:45 pm
SILVER CITY, Michigan - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is offering recreational and educational opportunities during the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
- Virgin America plane returns to Denver after bird strike Updated: May-23-16 7:42 pm
DENVER - The pilot of a Virgin America plane declared an emergency and returned to Denver's airport after the aircraft was apparently hit by a bird shortly after takeoff.
- Loon population strong in Wisconsin Updated: May-23-16 3:55 pm
ASHLAND, Wisconsin - Recent results from a volunteer survey of loons show that the aquatic bird species' population is strong in Wisconsin.
- Long Island hospital welcomes Mickey, a falcon chick Updated: May-23-16 10:23 am
EAST MEADOW, New York - A Long Island hospital has helped with the birth of dozens of babies since 1997. But these little ones aren't human.
- Officers chase geese off freeway as fast as they can waddle Updated: May-23-16 9:19 am
OAKLAND, California - California Highway Patrol officers say they recently led "the world's slowest pursuit" on Interstate 80 near Oakland.
- Vermont Fish and Wildlife urging habitat stamp purchases Updated: May-23-16 12:25 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - The Department of Fish and Wildlife is urging people to support bird conservation by purchasing a Vermont Habitat Stamp.
- Researchers think eagles could help track toxin in nature Updated: May-22-16 2:58 pm
MONROE, Michigan - Researchers who band baby eagles in Michigan are hoping blood samples analyzed for signs of cancer-causing DDT and PCBs, as well as lead, mercury and common pesticides will eventually also help monitor for the toxin microcystin.
- East Coast's saltmarsh sparrow disappearing, scientists say Updated: May-21-16 2:27 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The saltmarsh sparrow is disappearing from its home on the East Coast and could be headed for extinction in as little as 50 years, say scientists whose work could help protect the little birds.
- Authorities: Golfer used club to fatally beat Canada goose Updated: May-21-16 11:54 am
POMPTON PLAINS, New Jersey - Authorities say a golfer used one of his clubs to fatally beat a Canada goose at a course in northern New Jersey.
- Wind Cave National Park set to hold bird blitz event Updated: May-20-16 8:07 pm
WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, South Dakota - Wind Cave National Park is holding a bird blitz for experienced and novice bird watchers.
- US Fish and Wildlife to review tribe's eagle permit request Updated: May-20-16 3:09 pm
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has received an application but has not yet made a decision about granting permit to a Wyoming Indian tribe that wants to kill bald eagles for religious purposes, a spokesman says.
- Baby penguin gets foster parents at zoo in Grand Rapids Updated: May-20-16 12:34 pm
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - A baby penguin at John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids is being raised by foster parents as part of an effort to improve its chances of survival.
- Seagull rescued from kite string in Cannon Beach Updated: May-20-16 11:46 am
CANNON BEACH, Oregon - A Cannon Beach firefighter rescued a large seagull that got tangled on a kite string.
- Philly to raze vacant house that's home to turkey vultures Updated: May-19-16 10:43 am
PHILADELPHIA - If this keeps up, Philadelphians might want to consider renaming their football team.
- Peregrine falcon camera off as chick adjusts to leg braces Updated: May-18-16 5:54 am
PHOENIX - A web cam that normally shows the nest of a family of peregrine falcons in downtown Phoenix has been temporarily turned off while a chick adjusts to newly fitted leg braces.
- TV meteorologist running on trail rescues baby screech owl Updated: May-17-16 6:31 pm
PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia television meteorologist has broken off from a trail run to rescue an injured baby screech owl and take it to a wildlife center, where it's doing well.
- Falcons add to growing downtown Terre Haute population Updated: May-17-16 5:01 am
TERRE HAUTE, Indiana - Stand at Sixth and Ohio streets, aim a pair of binoculars at the Sycamore Building, and you'll see the landmark's newest tenants - a cast of peregrine falcons nesting on the roof.
- Ohio hunters bagged more wild turkeys this spring Updated: May-17-16 1:46 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio hunters bagged slightly more wild turkeys this spring than during the season last year.