A State Patrol helicopter pilot is recovering after a duck hit him in the head while he was flying.
Video shared by the Voyageurs Wolf Project shows a pack of wolf pups trying to keep up with their parents in northern Minnesota.
The calf was born on Feb. 1 with her front limb bending the wrong way. Staff feared she could die if they didn’t immediately correct the condition.
A wild fox has tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in Anoka County.
The University of Minnesota is asking for the public’s help in stopping the spread of the "highly invasive" jumping worm.
Watch the fauna of northern Minnesota as captured by the Voyageurs Wolf Project.
From March 28 through May 1, 2022, the Raptor Center had tested 188 birds on entry to its center, resulting in 114 positive cases, including great horned owls, bald eagles and red-tailed hawks.
A Ring camera captured a couple’s mad dash to the house, along with their tiny dog, in order to narrowly escape a charging black bear in Florida.
The Voyageurs Wolf Project has tagged its first wolf puppies of the 2022 season.
One of the eagle chicks seen on the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources eagle cam died over the weekend after its older sibling pushed it from the nest they share.
The majority of wild and feral cats throughout the Hawaiian Islands tend to hunt certain protected species of wildlife and also spread disease, experts say.
An angler in Missouri recently reeled in something you don't see every day — a lake sturgeon.
Three critically endangered Sumatran tigers are dead after being caught in traps in Indonesia. Only about 400 are left in the wild, experts say.
At this point, who isn’t fed up with Minnesota’s latest recent round of cold weather that just never seems to end? April is often the month when people can get out in their yards for planting season, but sadly, that doesn’t seem to be the case this year.
The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota is asking people to not fill bird feeders or birdbaths to help stop the spread of bird flu this spring.
Three weeks after the Minnesota Zoo said goodbye to a beloved Amur tiger, the zoo has a new “paw-some” family member. Luka is a 16-month-old Amur tiger. These tigers are some of the largest cats in the world, and it's believed that there are fewer than 500 left in the wild.
The Raptor Education Group in Antigo, Wisconsin is asking for the public’s help to find whoever is responsible for shooting a bald eagle near Colfax in Dunn County.
The company pleaded guilty to criminal charges and was ordered to pay over $8 million in fines and restitution after at least 150 eagles were killed at its wind farms in eight states.
After seeing significant declines in moose populations since the mid-2000s, the Minnesota DNR says populations have stabilized in recent years and, in 2022, the DNR recorded its highest estimate since 2011.
A wayward seal has been captured after an early morning foray through the town of Southampton in Suffolk County.