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  • Fennec foxes are cute but cunning. Just like small dogs, you can carry them around and play with them. Make sure that you feed them well. Interestingly, even though fennec foxes are closely related to dogs, their diet is very similar to that of a cat. So, what do fennec foxes regularly eat?

    What Do Fennec Foxes Eat in the Wild and in Residential Homes?

    What Do Fennec Foxes Eat in the Wild and in Residential Homes?

    by Cool Rare Animals1

  • Maligned because of a few of their vampire family members, bats are actually the good guys! Let them teach you life lessons about the benefits of good deeds, working with others, and achieving goals.

    3 Lessons Bats Can Teach Us About Life

    3 Lessons Bats Can Teach Us About Life

    by FlourishAnyway84

  • This article teaches you 5 easy steps to help you care for an injured wild bird. Learn what you must do if you find one, how to catch it, how to stabilize it, and whom to call for help.

    What to Do If You Find an Injured Wild Bird

    What to Do If You Find an Injured Wild Bird

    by Mrs. Menagerie46

  • The bald eagle has a fascinating history in the U.S. They are large raptors with hooked, yellow beaks and claws. They have come off of the endangered species list. The species is on the Great Seal of the U.S. and is used on most official documents from the president. It is on vehicles and podiums.

    Bald Eagles: Facts You May Not Know

    Bald Eagles: Facts You May Not Know

    by Pamela Oglesby43

  • Starlings have a very bad reputation and for good reason. They are aggressive and have displaced some of our native songbirds by competing for nesting spots and food sources. Starlings aren't all bad, though. Discover their unique talents and learn how to keep them out of your bird feeders.

    Starlings in the US: The Good, the Bad, the Bold, and the Beautiful

    Starlings in the US: The Good, the Bad, the Bold, and the Beautiful

    by Connie Smith20

  • For the amateur bird watcher: how to establish a friendly relationship with the crows in your neighborhood, how crows communicate, and what they like to eat.

    How to Make Friends With Crows

    How to Make Friends With Crows

    by Joanna Fonté139

  • Thinking of a good name for your squirrel? This article showcases an epic list of best squirrel names.

    The Best Squirrel Names

    The Best Squirrel Names

    by Ansel Pereira0

  • I had Blue Tits nesting in my garden this year in a bird box I had attached to the wall. In this article, I explain how and when the Blue Tits prepare the nest box and when the eggs are laid and when they hatch. There are photos of my own wild birds as they rear their family in my garden.

    Blue Tit Birds Nesting in My Garden

    Blue Tit Birds Nesting in My Garden

    by L M Reid4

  • Did you find a baby bird on the ground? Are you wondering what to do? Does it need water and food? Are the parents coming back? Should you leave it alone and just watch it? Your questions answered.

    What to Do If You Find a Baby Bird—Helping Wildlife

    What to Do If You Find a Baby Bird—Helping Wildlife

    by Layne Holmes0

  • Raccoons are so cute with their bandit-like mask and human-like hands, but don't underestimate their ability to outsmart you when it comes to scavenging in your garbage cans, and always be aware that they have the ability to inflict serious injury upon you and your pets if they are threatened.

    Can You Outsmart a Raccoon?

    Can You Outsmart a Raccoon?

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

  • Coyotes are a native species. Some states protect them by law and some don't. As we continue to overlap in urban and rural areas, coyotes, humans, and their pets will cross paths. So, what do you do if you encounter a coyote? Are you safe? Is your dog or cat safe?

    What to Do If You See a Coyote While Walking: Wildlife Safety Tips

    What to Do If You See a Coyote While Walking: Wildlife Safety Tips

    by Layne Holmes0

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