- Bald eagles rebuild nest in Greenfield after wind storms Updated: Nov-26-15 9:52 am
GREENFIELD, Indiana - A pair of bald eagles appears to be rebuilding their home in a central Indiana neighborhood after their nest was destroyed in wind storms.
- Denver-bound flight returns to Sacramento after bird strike Updated: Nov-26-15 12:54 am
SACRAMENTO, California - A Denver-bound United Airlines flight was forced to return to Sacramento after it hit a bird, causing an engine to fail.
- Oldest known seabird is back at Midway Atoll near Hawaii Updated: Nov-25-15 8:28 pm
HONOLULU - Federal wildlife officials say the world's oldest known seabird has returned to Midway Atoll.
- Piper the border collie temporarily off bird-chasing duties Updated: Nov-25-15 9:14 am
TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan - Cherry Capital Airport's appointed runway bird-chaser might be down, but he's not out.
- Prolific Cortez woodcarver sells 2,300 wooden birds Updated: Nov-25-15 3:02 am
CORTEZ, Florida - After artfully carving and painting thousands of realistic wooden birds of all kinds, including decoys and bobbers, 94-year-old Bob Lee has decided enough is enough.
- DNR says plenty of pheasants remain in Minnesota fields Updated: Nov-24-15 12:49 pm
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - Wildlife managers say Minnesota pheasant hunters should keep their gear handy.
- Jacksonville Zoo's newborn penguin is a boy Updated: Nov-23-15 4:16 am
JACKSONVILLE, Florida - It's a boy! The Jacksonville Zoo announced the gender Saturday of the newborn Magellan penguin.
- Annual Christmas Bird Count coming up Updated: Nov-23-15 3:07 am
ALBANY, New York - More than 72,000 volunteers in more than 2,400 locations are expected to participate in the National Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count.
- NY investigating bird deaths at Lake Ontario Updated: Nov-23-15 3:01 am
ALBANY, New York - New York conservation officials are the deaths of birds found along the shores of Lake Ontario since mid-October.
- Refuges in North Dakota open to late-season bird hunting Updated: Nov-23-15 2:25 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - North Dakota's deer gun season came to a close over the weekend, but there are still some hunting opportunities in the state.
- Hunt is on for pesky geese at Deep Creek Lake Updated: Nov-23-15 2:16 am
SWANTON, Maryland - State wildlife managers are bringing lethal force to bear on pesky Canada geese at Deep Creek Lake.
- Wildlife officials concerned with placement of wind farm Updated: Nov-22-15 1:26 pm
TARKIO, Missouri - Federal wildlife officials are raising concerns about a proposed northwest Missouri wind farm they say could have an impact on the migration of birds into the Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge.
- $5,000 reward offered in deaths of swans, ducks in Vegas Updated: Nov-21-15 4:34 pm
LAS VEGAS - A $5,000 reward is being offered for information in the deaths of several ducks and swans in a northwest Las Vegas community.
- How the Omaha zoo gets its animals Updated: Nov-21-15 11:02 am
OMAHA, Nebraska - When the zoo wants to buy an animal, like its three recently acquired giraffes, it uses a sort of animal matchmaker.
- Navajo Nation investigating poaching of 8 raptors Updated: Nov-20-15 4:09 pm
TOHATCHI, New Mexico - Navajo Nation officials are investigating the deaths of eight predatory birds that were shot and dumped on the outskirts of Tohatchi (toe-HATCH'-ee).
- Piping plover population on the rise in New Jersey Updated: Nov-20-15 12:03 pm
LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP, New Jersey - Scientists have some rare good news about an endangered shorebird: the New Jersey population of piping plovers is on the rise.
- Newark man fined over $1,000 for hunting wild turkey Updated: Nov-20-15 8:56 am
NEWARK, Delaware - A Newark man has been fined $1,191 for illegally hunting wild turkey.
- Bird strike forces plane to make emergency landing in Vegas Updated: Nov-09-15 10:56 am
LAS VEGAS - Officials say an American Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Chicago landed safely after a bird strike forced it to return to the Sin City airport.
- Raptor Center treating record number of eagles Updated: Nov-09-15 7:27 am
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - The University of Minnesota's Raptor Center is overcrowded with injured eagles. And experts say the situation is expected to get worse before it gets better.
- Eagle watching events planned early next year in western Ky. Updated: Nov-09-15 5:02 am
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Eagle watching events are being offered again early next year at some state parks in western Kentucky.
- US judge sends Mojave Desert wind farm project back to start Updated: Nov-08-15 4:55 pm
LAS VEGAS - A federal judge in Nevada has sent plans for a big wind farm in the Mojave Desert back to the drawing board, citing incomplete research about the dangers it posed to sensitive and threatened species.
- Shell Key dilemma: What to do about the closed-in pass Updated: Nov-08-15 1:40 am
SHELL KEY, Florida - Peter Clark remembers coming to this barrier island about a year ago and noticing the water that once rushed along its northeastern edge had trickled to a thin stream.
- Iowa roadside Zoo under scrutiny Updated: Nov-07-15 10:33 am
MANCHESTER, Iowa - It's a sunny fall morning as Pam Sellner greets the dozen home-schooled children taking a field trip to her roadside zoo and shows them Consuela, a 2-year-old kinkajou.
- Copycat logos in Myanmar's election: fair or foul? Updated: Nov-07-15 1:43 am
YANGON, Myanmar - Voters in Myanmar's landmark election will be stumbling into a virtual aviary Sunday when they see their ballot papers. And the confusion is ruffling political feathers.
- Whooping cranes may lose ultralight assistance Updated: Nov-07-15 1:35 am
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Whooping cranes migrating south with the help of ultralight planes may have to start fending for themselves.