Migrating Birds Create Flu Bonanza For Scientists To StudyResearchers carefully step around the nesting crabs to scoop up the evidence — potentially flu-infected bird droppings.
Peacock Flock Struts Down Philadelphia HighwayFour peacocks escaped from the Philadelphia Zoo and casually took a stroll on a nearby highway.
Owls Born Outside Office Window Now Staring In At WorkersDesks by the window are often considered the holy grail of office real estate. But at one California office, seats by the window have kind of... gone to the birds.
Another Reason To Be Happy, Today Is National Pet Day!Pet owners are being encouraged to give some special attention to their furry, feathery, or scaly friends on this April 11.
Texas Among States To Begin Surveys For Lesser Prairie ChickenWildlife managers in several states will begin surveys later this month to track the population of a grouse that has been the focus of an ongoing legal battle over whether it warrants federal protection.
Rare Snowy Owl Spotted In Fort WorthA wild snowy owl was spotted in Fort Worth Thursday -- a rare sighting for the species in North Texas.
Want A Duck? Close To 150 Birds Need HomesThe Humane Society of North Texas is trying to find homes for nearly 150 ducks, a group getting bigger by the day.
Woman Recovering After Trying To Save Animals From FireThere are more details available today about a Grand Prairie house fire that killed 27 pets and sent the woman who tried to save them to the hospital.
The Bald And The Bold: Eagles' Resurgence Comes At A PriceThe resurgence of the bald eagle is one of America's greatest conservation success stories. They have come back so strong that in some areas, they are interfering with efforts to preserve more jeopardized species.
Postal Service Apology: 6 Canaries Sent By Mail Arrive DeadU.S. Postal Service officials say they've apologized to an Alabama woman who says her package of six live canaries arrived, but the birds were crushed and dead.
Texas Whooping Cranes Learning How To Be Adults In LouisianaA small flock of young whooping cranes has already equaled last year's nest total with four, and there's a good chance of doubling that number. But if the eggs hatch, will the young adults be good parents?