- Unusual number of Arctic snowy owls seen in US Updated: Dec-05-13 5:36 pm
- Vt. testing deer samples to test for EEE virus Updated: Dec-05-13 11:46 am
- Group seeks more regulation of Md. roadside zoos Updated: Dec-04-13 9:14 pm
- Scientists try more sophisticated salmon tagging Updated: Dec-01-13 6:40 am
- USU researchers find new spider species in Utah Updated: Nov-27-13 3:20 pm
- Ohio college trains future zookeepers Updated: Nov-23-13 11:41 am
- Scientists: Warmth may explain lag in moose growth Updated: Nov-19-13 2:22 pm
- UNL expert to discuss climate change and insects Updated: Nov-18-13 5:05 am
- Indiana boosts Wabash River sturgeon patrols Updated: Nov-16-13 4:29 pm
- 2013 will set sea otter harvest record Updated: Nov-16-13 6:25 am
- Post-wildfires, will Idaho deer, elk survive? Updated: Nov-15-13 1:28 pm
- C. Ind. wolf center expands with new enclosure Updated: Nov-15-13 12:01 pm
- U. of Ark. to present honorary degrees to 2 Updated: Nov-15-13 3:22 am
- Where did dogs first appear? DNA points to Europe Updated: Nov-14-13 2:18 pm
- Hunter check stations provide valuable information Updated: Nov-13-13 5:31 pm
- Biologists search Sturgeon Bay for Asian carp Updated: Nov-13-13 9:08 am
- NJ biologists remove arrow from deer's head Updated: Nov-10-13 4:44 pm
- Insect pest at Flight 93 site linked to climate Updated: Nov-10-13 9:37 am
- UI, MSU to research using dead trees as biofuels Updated: Nov-09-13 4:17 pm
- Wind farm tries to minimize bird deaths Updated: Nov-08-13 4:46 pm
- North Dakota mule deer numbers rise in 2013 Updated: Nov-06-13 8:07 am
ALBANY, New York - Snow-white owls with luminous yellow eyes are thrilling bird-watchers as the magnificent birds set up winter residence at airports, fields and beaches far south of their normal Arctic range.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont biologists will be testing more than 700 blood samples taken from deer and moose across the state this fall as part of an effort to track the virus that causes Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
HAGERSTOWN, Maryland - The Humane Society of the United States said Wednesday that it will ask Maryland lawmakers to tighten regulation of certain roadside zoos to close what it called a federal enforcement loophole.
RICHLAND, Washington - The behavior of young salmon does not appear to be as predictable as previously thought.
LOGAN, Utah - Two Utah State University alumni are credited with discovering a new species of spider that is apparently unique to Cache County.
WESTERVILLE, Ohio - Rachel Dalton has wanted to be an animal doctor since she was old enough to begin thinking about what she would do when she grew up.
DETROIT - The moose population in Michigan's Upper Peninsula is growing more slowly than before, possibly because of conditions related to a warming climate, scientists say.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A professor in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources will discuss climate change an insects during a lecture in Lincoln.
EVANSVILLE, Indiana - Indiana wildlife officials have boosted their presence along the Wabash River in an effort to prevent to the illegal harvesting of shovelnose sturgeon roe, which fetches a hefty price on the global caviar market.
PETERSBURG, Alaska - This year will set a record for the biggest harvest of sea otters from Alaska coastal communities, a trend that matches a growing population.
BOISE, Idaho - Two massive wildfires that burned east of Boise blackened more than 280,500 acres, including 160,000 acres of winter range used by mule deer and elk.
BATTLE GROUND, Indiana - A wolf research center in central Indiana has opened a new 1.5-acre enclosure and is preparing for a new litter of pups in the spring.
FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas - The University of Arkansas plans to present honorary doctorates to a death penalty opponent and an internationally known ornithologist.
NEW YORK - For years, scientists have been dogged by this evolution question: Just where did man's best friend first appear?
DEER PARK, Washington - It wasn't clear last month why some hunters were driving past the highway check station marked by big fluorescent orange signs while others willingly stopped and shared the information of their hunt with Washington Fish and Wildlife Department biologists.
STURGEON BAY, Wisconsin - Biologists are back on the waters of Sturgeon Bay, looking for evidence of the invasive Asian carp.
ROCKAWAY TOWNSHIP, New Jersey - Wildlife officials have removed an arrow from a young deer's head and released the animal back into the New Jersey woods.
PITTSBURGH - The grove of hemlock trees around where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept. 11 is being attacked by an insect that wasn't there 20 years ago, and some scientists say it's an example of how climate change combines with other factors to cause environmental damage.
MOSCOW, Idaho - Researchers at the University of Idaho and universities in Montana are teaming up to study ways to turn trees killed in recent years by beetles into a viable renewable energy source.
GREAT FALLS, Montana - An operations center in California can shut down wind turbines 1,200 miles away in Montana in fewer than 30 seconds when the flight patterns of golden eagles and other raptors indicate a potential collision in the making.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - Mule deer production in North Dakota this year rose substantially from 2012 for several reasons, the state Game and Fish Department says.