Images of deer, bears, moose and coyotes crossing a specially dedicated thoroughfare for wildlife have officials in Utah calling the project a huge success.
On Monday, a rare sighting of a mountain lion raised concern in a Morgan Hill neighborhood. A homeowner spotted the lion hiding behind bushes on a front lawn on White Cloud Drive.
The grants were awarded through the agency's Fisheries Restoration Grant Program for the restoration, enhancement and protection of anadromous salmonid habitats
A woman in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota got a video of a squirrel outside her home who accidentally got a little tipsy from eating fermented pears.
Zura, a 39-year-old Western lowland gorilla, was being treated for “long-term digestive issues" but her condition recently had worsened.
A wolf-dog hybrid remains at large after three of the animals escaped from a yard in unincorporated San Benancio in Monterey County last month, county officials said Wednesday.
Mesmerizing video of a rarely seen bigfin squid was recently released by scientists in Australia.
The raccoon was discovered after residents reported loud cries and screams in the area of 15th Avenue at Santiago Street.
The raccoon was named 'Freedom' by San Francisco firefighters.
The Catalina Island Conservancy said there has not been a bison calf born on the island in seven years and the herd size has dwindled to 100.
The department says they are working with the commercial Dungeness crab industry to create new regulations to protect whales from entanglements.
Video footage captured the shocking encounter.
A deer got its head stuck in a plastic pumpkin, but luckily, it had two friendly animal control officers come to its rescue.
A decision is coming soon as to whether crabs will be in markets in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
PETA accuses a coconut milk supplier in Thailand of using chained monkeys to pick coconuts.
A biologist with the Wildlife Disaster Network described the big cat's journey as the "ultimate success story".
Heavily protected crews in Washington state worked Saturday to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the United States.
Park goer Lisa Stewart said she saw the group of tourists nearing the bison after the herd already seemed upset.
A man using the ATM machine spotted the fur-masked intruders before the bank was open.
The Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach, tagged 38 sharks, which is more than triple the number tagged tag last year.