An article about black-footed ferrets, one of the most endangered species on the planet, and how they depend on prairie dogs as the sole providers of both their food and housing.
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 who to call for help.
Florida is home to over fifty species of snakes, but only six species are venomous. Snakes are generally not a problem and if left alone won't bother you. It is a good idea, however, to learn how to identify the snakes that can cause harm.
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.
Once a product of the prairies and woodlands of North America, the coyote has become an urban and suburban neighbor. Here's how to coexist.
Harsh winter weather causes us to pity the wild animals and entices us to intervene on their behalf by feeding them, but wildlife professionals strongly urge us to leave them alone.
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.
Here, I will tell you exactly how to capture and care for a wild lizard. Just be sure that it's legal for you to capture and keep one in your local area.
April is a big bird month in the Great Lakes region. The ubiquitous robins have been around since mid-March and are starting to feast on insects and worms emerging from the frozen earth. The next anticipated migratory bird to swoop in on the scene is the Baltimore oriole.
Starlings have a very bad reputation, and with good reason. They are aggressive birds that have displaced our native songbirds by competing for nesting spots as well as food sources. But they also have their good points. Discover their talents as well as ways to keep them out of your bird feeders.
Southern California's wild parrot population is growing, raising worries that they might be threatening the survival of native birds.
This article is about the habits and life cycle of the Carolina Wren that live in our habitat in southeastern Louisiana.
Learn how to make your own snake catcher at little to no cost. This method allows you to capture snakes without harming them or yourself. I've also included a video that shows me using a home-made catcher to snare a canebrake rattlesnake.