State officials are pleading with residents to squish a beautiful yet invasive species of insect due to it wreaking havoc on local flora.
The Wisconsin DNR asks deer hunters to help them collect data to track the spread of chronic wasting disease this season.
More than 60 endangered African penguins were apparently killed by a swarm of bees in South Africa last week, in what bird conservationists described as an unusual occurrence.
The Racine Zoo is mourning the passing of one of its two Amur tigers.
Funding for the project reportedly comes from investors ranging from Climate Capital to Winklevoss twins.
Dozens of tribes, including the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, asked the Biden administration to immediately enact emergency protections for wolves.
Photographer Jonathan Kuiper spotted a grizzly bear cub chewing a discarded face mask this summer in the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
The Wisconsin DNR is reminding hunters of the first opportunity to pursue deer this fall with the opening of the archery and crossbow deer seasons.
The Wisconsin DNR asks deer hunters to join in efforts to protect the state’s deer herd, especially where chronic wasting disease testing is needed.
A South Carolina woman was rescued by a neighbor Thursday morning during a violent alligator attack in the state, authorities said. The neighbor's weapon of choice: a shovel.
A fawn is back in the Wisconsin woods after two deputies rescued it from a homeowner’s swimming pool.
A coalition of animal rights groups is planning to file a lawsuit Tuesday to stop Wisconsin’s wolf hunt this fall.
Wildlife officials in Wisconsin meet Wednesday to consider a 130-animal limit for the state's fall wolf hunt.
The Wisconsin DNR on Wednesday, Aug. 11 announced that bonus antlerless harvest authorizations will be available for purchase.
A Horicon man who said he spotted five cougars outside his home early Friday morning – fabricated the story with photos from a Salt Lake City news source, according to Horicon police Saturday morning.
Wisconsin wildlife officials are proposing a limit on the number of wolves hunters can kill this fall after the February limit was blown past.
In a federal survey of coronavirus in white-tailed deer in Michigan, Illinois, New York, and Pennsylvania, the U.S. Department of Agriculture detected evidence of the virus in 33% of all cases.
A 750-pound bull moose was found wandering a Colorado parking garage for days and relocated back to nature this week by wildlife officials.
A Tennessee man shooed away a black bear that broke into his parked car and caused heavy damage to the vehicle. “I had to abandon the car,” he said.
A Yosemite National Park ranger has shared a heartfelt, heartbreaking story about a young bear that was struck and killed by a vehicle and her grieving mother that spent hours by her side hoping to wake her up.