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Bats are the main carriers in the Southeast, and as ever there the odds are extremely low.
Wildlife officials said before the bears were killed, they were entering tents.
Its presence on a road in daylight is unusual, but not unheard of.
Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska
The seal is the first mammal admitted to the center’s Wildlife Response Program this year
Biologist shares insights about glacier bears.
Part 4. All’s well that ends whale.
Part 3 swoops in.
Part 2. SeaLife finds a way.
A growing body of evidence suggests that birds have a second organ of equilibrium.
By Ned Rozell Pencil-beaked shorebirds with the ability to stay airborne for a week — flying all the way from Alaska to New Zealand —… Continue reading
O, tis a hefty bear.
Pup was found by family camping nearby.
Don’t mess with the wildlife.