Putting Off Yard Work This Time Of Year Could Help Save Some WildlifeIf you find a fawn, or a rabbit nest in your yard, leave it alone, what looks like neglect to humans is standard wildlife childcare.
Bat-Friendly Tequila, Research Play Role In Species Recovery Wildlife officials say it might be time for a toast now that a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila is making a comeback.
Top Spots To View Wildlife Near PhiladelphiaYou'll see plenty of historic buildings, monuments and museums in Philadelphia, but the City of Brotherly Love and its surrounding areas are also home to a good many parks, open spaces and other top spots for viewing wildlife.
America's Top 5 Must-Visit AquariumsWant to explore the ocean's depths while staying on dry land? Visit 5 of the most must-visit aquariums in the U.S. according to Sy Montgomery, author of, "The Soul Of An Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into The Wonder Of Consciousness."
New Jersey's Bear Hunt BeginsThe last of New Jersey's five state-sponsored bear hunts began Monday, as wildlife officials and opponents of the hunt sparred over whether the hunt has been effective and should be renewed.
Roscoe, Lansdowne's Famous Turkey, Meets Untimely EndA beloved wild turkey who roamed the town of Lansdowne for months, becoming a local celebrity, is no more.
Franklin Institute Red-Tailed Hawk On The MendNearly two weeks ago, the lone surviving fledgling from the Franklin Institute Red-tailed Hawk nest was found injured on the Ben Franklin Parkway and taken to the Schuylkill Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic in Upper Roxborough. The young raptor appears to be on the mend.
New Ocean City, NJ Bridge Proving Deadly For SeagullsWildlife and transportation officials at the Jersey shore are trying to find out why seagulls are getting hit by cars on Ocean City's new Route 52 causeway.
New Threat To Bald Eagles A Pennsylvania wildlife conversationist has identified a new danger to predatory birds in this region, especially to the rising population of bald eagles. It could be as serious as the DDT pesticide threat years ago.