Bald eagle

Photo donated by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Constance Parry.

Remembering Exxon Valdez

Twenty-five years ago, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez crashed into a reef in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Eleven million gallons of oil contaminated over 11,000 square miles of ocean and …

Barges sit along the Mississippi River near the confluence of the Missouri River.

Shortsightedness Leads to Decline of River Habitat

America’s mightiest river, the Mississippi River, cuts through the middle of this country for more than 2,350 miles, providing habitat for hundreds of fish and wildlife species, but humans have …

River otters are found in many North Carolina rivers. Photo via USFWS

Coal Ash Spill in North Carolina Endangers Wildlife

Thousands of North Carolina residents living around the Dan River woke up last week to a disaster in their backyard. Millions of gallons of sludge from a retired Duke Energy …

US Fish and Wildlife Service - Northeast Region/Flickr

Wildlife Friendly Solutions to Flooding and Other Water Challenges

Imagine your house regularly floods when the local river leaves its banks after a heavy rain.  Now imagine that your Congressman announces a plan to build a levee along the …

Bald eagle carrying fish

Photo of the Day: Fresh Catch

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Symbol of Success: America’s Bald Eagle and the Endangered Species…

Juvenile bald eagles

Photo of the Day: The Fish Thief

Bald eagle

Photo of the Day: Fresh Fish

Bald eagle with its fresh catch   Photo by Flickr member Craig Leaper See more of Craig Leaper’s photos on Flickr >> Your Photo Could Be Here We want one …

Bald eagle, Homer, Alaska

Photo of the Day: Flying High

This Photo of the Day was donated by a participant in the annual National Wildlife Photo Contest. See more photos or sign up for the 42nd Annual National Wildlife Photo …

Snowy owl

A ‘Blizzard’ of Snowy Owls

Bird lovers from around the US have been given an opportunity to see a rare guest, the snowy owl. Usually held to the colder northern latitudes, these owls have been driven …

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