Majestic birds such as owls, eagles and hawks can be grounded by human-generated hazards. But caring for the birds goes well beyond the initial medical emergency.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia Department of Transportation is working to make roads safer for both wildlife and motorists. The agency’s research division is conducting a three-year study on animal travel patterns that is…
There are more and more stories of coyote sightings in the Washington area. But it\’s not just coyotes; it\’s bears, raccoons and other wildlife as well.
Maryland natural resources officials and the National Wildlife Federation are pushing for more residents to slow the loss of wildlife habitats.
What Ed Gates, a professor with the University of Maryland\’s Center for Environmental Science, found when he put \”crittercams\” in culverts across Maryland surprised him.