Zelda the zonkey’s strange trip from American peril to a Canadian haven – CBC

Zelda the zonkey was supposed to die, but a kind-hearted Nova Scotian rescued the animal and offered her a new life in Canada.  Zelda is a hybrid of a male zebra who mated with a female donkey to create the zonkey. A few months ago, Zelda was on a feedlot in New Jersey on her way to a slaughterhouse in Canada.  “I More...

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By Caley Maclennan On Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
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Bumble bee gets a helping hand from Endangered Species Act

A beleaguered wild bee has become the first bee species in the continental United States to be declared endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The rusty patched bumble bee (Bombus affinis) was More...

By AOL Staff On Monday, December 26th, 2016
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Investigators finally understand why an entire family of bears died in a parking lot – AOL News

Investigators finally understand why an entire family of bears died in a parking lot Heather Dockray Dec 26th 2016 5:46PM TAG START { player: “AOL.com More...

By Bookmarklet On Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
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Developing a wolf economy: wildlife tourism fuels Manitoba’s economy

Photographer Jiangou Xie at Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge took this incredible photo of a black wolf near two polar bears sparring. These two carnivore species are of high interest to wildlife lovers around the world. More...

By Tanner Bokor On Thursday, December 22nd, 2016
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Deer entangled in Christmas lights and lost bear cub rescued by B.C. conservation officers – BC | Globalnews.ca

Post Author Credit By Tanner Bokor Global News [if lte IE 8]>  Courtesy B.C. Ministry of Environment   B.C.’s wildlife officers have had a busy winter so far taking calls to assist entangled More...

By Tamara Dietrich On Monday, December 19th, 2016
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NOAA approves Mid-Atlantic deep-sea coral canyons for protection – Daily Press

By Tamara Dietrich / Daily Press Vulnerable deep-sea corals off Virginia and along the Mid-Atlantic just got final approval for federal environmental protection by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The More...

By Bookmarklet On Thursday, December 15th, 2016
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Car-licking moose prompts warning in southern Alberta – Calgary – CBC News

Watch out for moose who like to lick vehicles. That’s a warning from the Alberta government for people visiting Peter Lougheed Provincial Park about 130 kilometres west of Calgary. Alberta Parks says moose More...

By Lauren St. Germain On Thursday, December 15th, 2016
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Rescuers struggle to save blue heron with fishing line wrapped around its beak | WTVC

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn — A photo posted to Facebook by Heather Sutherland shows a blue heron with fishing line wrapped around its beak. The blue heron was perched on a pier near the Chickamauga Dam. Both the TWRA More...

By Bookmarklet On Thursday, December 15th, 2016
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Wildlife rehabilitators aid injured, sick or orphaned animals

Imagine seeing a hawk stumbling helplessly on the ground, a porcupine lingering for days in the same area incapable of climbing to the safety of the trees, discovering a nest of orphaned bunnies in your back yard More...

By Caley Maclennan On Thursday, December 15th, 2016
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Hope For Wildlife will be available online

Fans of the Canadian television series Hope For Wildlife will be able to watch all of their favourite episodes online. Hope TV is planning to release earlier seasons of the popular show to subscribers. Subscription More...