Rare Cardinal With Blue Feathers Spotted On Pennsylvania Wildlife CameraAn incredible sight was recently captured on a Pennsylvania wildlife camera.
Pa. Game Commission Warns Against Disturbing Baby BunniesThe Pennsylvania Game Commission cautioned people not to disturb baby bunnies if they find them in their backyards.
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: Wildlife Photographer Shares Experience Of Being Caught In Coronavirus Travel Ban Outside U.S.Susan Koeppen talks to a wildlife photographer who was out of the country when the travel ban was put in place.
Study: When Cats Roam Free, Wildlife SuffersA new study has shown that cats strolling the neighborhood freely is bad news for birds, bunnies, squirrels, and other wildlife.
Baby Moose 'Adopts' Family And Their DogA week-old baby moose abandoned by its mother is warming hearts on social media after she "adopted" a new family that stepped in to help.
Last Caribou Herd On U.S. Mainland 'Functionally Extinct', Experts SayThe last herd of southern mountain caribou -- known as gray ghosts -- has reportedly dwindled down to the point where wildlife experts are calling them "functionally extinct"
'A New Level Of Stupid': Resort Visitors Throw Carrots At AlligatorAuthorities reportedly have a description of the carrot throwers and are ready to hand out a $200 fine for each carrot tossed at the dangerous beast.
National Aviary Debuts New “Condor Court” ExhibitThe National Aviary is showing off its newest exhibit - “Condor Court.”
Shaler Police Issue Public Warning After Bear Cub SightingsPolice in Shaler have issued a warning after some reported bear sightings Tuesday morning.
America's Top 5 Must-Visit AquariumsWant to explore the ocean's depths while staying on dry land? Visit 5 of the most must-visit aquariums in the U.S. according to Sy Montgomery, author of, "The Soul Of An Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into The Wonder Of Consciousness."
350-Pound Bear Finds Its Way Into UniontownA large bear that found its way into Uniontown is being relocated to a safer place after it took two tranquilizer darts to subdue it on Monday.
Mt. Lebanon Officials To Reassess Deer Management Program In FallMount Lebanon's decision to control the deer population had people on both sides of the issue up in arms.
Ross Twp. Neighbors Worried Over Coyote SightingsSome residents in the North Hills are on edge over a growing coyote problem in their community.
State-Approved Deer Culling Plan Begins In Mount LebanonA state-approved plan to cull deer in an affluent Pittsburgh suburb has begun despite opposition voiced by residents and some opponents from outside the municipality at a board of commissioners meeting.
Mt. Lebanon Commissioners: Deer Culling Plan “Is In Best Interest” Of CommunityThose for and against Mount Lebanon’s controversial deer culling plan were out once again Tuesday evening to have their voices heard at community meeting.