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Rare black deer spotted in northern Michigan

BELLAIRE, Mich. (Gray News) – Even when you’re used to seeing deer, it’s a rare sight.

Turkey Vultures

Turkey Vultures Although soaring turkey vultures are now a regular sight in Massachusetts, they were rare until recent decades, when they expanded their range northward. The first confirmed breeding pair in the state was observed in 1954. They now provide…


Lindsey Nilsen had an unforgettable experience March 26 when she came face-to-face with a giant eastern diamondback rattlesnake estimated to measure six feet in length

Nearly Extinct Pink Dolphin Gives Birth To Pink Calf

Rare pink dolphin mom gave birth to a cute baby dolphin. People call her Pinky, and the animal has been spotted in the Calcasiey river in Louisiana. The pink calf was there, too. The pink mammal became popular 12 years…

Slow Motion Footage Of An Alligator Being Born

Rumble / Wild Wildlife — An Alligator enthusiast has filmed the amazing moment they began to hatch from their eggs – all from the comfort of his home. Gracie Mansion from Astoria has been breeding Alligators for over two decades but decided to film…

First Bald Eagle Nest Documented On Cape Cod In A 100 years

Around this time last year, Massachusetts Department of Fish and Wildlife officials flew a helicopter around Mashpee-Wakeby Pond and Santuit looking for a bald eagle nest they were certain was there. They could not find it.

Eagle Trolls Grizzly Bear

North America is home to two great animals: grizzly bears and bald eagles. Grizzlies are among the most feared animals in the North American wilderness. They have sharp teeth and knife-like claws that can rip off a person’s face, and…

DUXBURY, Mass. — Is it OK to kill foxes to help save an endangered bird?

For animal lovers on the South Shore the answer is no, but beach managers say it’s more complicated than an either/or question of two animals, the Patriot Ledger reported.

U.S. plans to lift protections for gray wolves in Lower 48 states

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. wildlife officials plan to lift protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move certain to re-ignite the legal battle over a predator that’s rebounding in some regions and running into conflicts with…