The DNR announced Monday that the bald eagle, gray wolf, snapping turtle and 26 other animals and plants would be off the state’s endangered species list. It’s the first change to the list in 17 years. Richard Baker, the endangered species coordinator for the Department of Natural Resources, argues that it’s very successful. He calls the case of the bald eagle the perfect example.
Two Asian wild horse foals – a male and female – will make their public debut at the Minnesota Zoo Thursday.
The summer fair season has arrived and in the next few weeks, children from around state will bring their livestock to 4-H competitions. Last year, there was concern that the dry weather would have an impact on the size and turnout of livestock during this year’s fair season.
The Minnesota Zoo’s collection of forest antelopes just got a little bigger. The zoo announced Tuesday that a male bongo antelope was born June 6 and a female arrived 10 days later.
“Lions and leopards and buffalo, OH MY!” That’s what you might hear people saying as they walk into Lowry Avenue Barbers. OK, the odds are that no one would actually say that, but they would still be surprised by what they see.
Feel bad leaving your pet at home along? Never fear! PetChatz webcam is here.
The Minnesota Zoo has debuted a new webcam to show off their two recently-hatched male African penguin chicks.
Planning a child’s birthday party can be difficult. There are only so many times you can eat pizza and play skee ball.
This Easter weekend, you can take your little ones to see the little ones at the Minnesota Zoo, which debuts this year’s new additions this weekend.
Dozens of animals removed from a home in northeast Minneapolis are being treated at Minneapolis Animal Care and Control (MACC).
The Department of Natural Resources is kicking off a series of five hearings across the state to give the public the chance to comment on proposed updates to the state’s list of plants and animals that are at risk of disappearing from the Minnesota landscape.
Two giraffes were killed during a fire at a Wisconsin Dells wildlife park. According to Wisconsin Dells police, someone called 911 at about 6 p.m. Sunday to report the fire at the Timbavati Wildlife Park.
It’s a rescue video that may make you look twice: Richfield firefighters working to resuscitate a dog that escaped a burning home. Sadly, the dog died Monday at a pet hospital. But work of the firefighters allowed the family to say goodbye. Fire crews credit a veterinarian training program for teaching them how save the lives of animals.
Over 12 days, Minnesotans will see nearly 170 baby animals born at the Minnesota State Fair’s Miracle of Birth Center.
Security issues have the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth under scrutiny after about a dozen animals died in recent flood.
The animal rights group PETA is pressing for legal action after a number of animals at a Duluth zoo were killed amid flash flooding.
Several animals escaped from their cages and more than a dozen drowned at the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth due to flooding.
Today is the 38th annual Walk for Animals as more than 10,000 people and 5,000 furry friends are expected to walk the five miles in Golden Valley as part of the nation’s largest human/pet walk.
Federal prosecutors are defending their use of an obscure law to indict two recreational Iowa pilots whose low flying may have disturbed thousands of resting migratory birds. Paul Austin and Craig Martin are charged with violating the Airborne Hunting Act.
The City Of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program (MNSNAP) are offering free and low-cost spay and neuter surgeries for Minneapolis pets.
There’s a nationwide effort underway that’s all about saving animals. And it got started right here in the Twin Cities.
When the DNR does a controlled burn, what happens to the wildlife? Good Question.
Another record-setting weather day and one has to ask, “what are the animals thinking?”
As farmers across the county mark National Agriculture Day on Thursday, the Minnesota Agri-Growth Council is sharing new data on the importance of agriculture to Minnesota.
When disasters hit, like the earthquake in Japan or flooding in Thailand, relief organizations always spring into action to help the victims. That includes the Fargo-based nonprofit World Vets, which is focused not on helping people, but our four legged friends.