1,200 Birds Rescued From Western Wis. Cockfighting RingWisconsin authorities and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals have seized about 1,200 birds from a cockfighting ring in Polk and St. Croix counties. The ASPCA says law enforcement executed search warrants Tuesday at four western Wisconsin properties, detaining several people.
DNR: There's An Egg In The EagleCam NestMiss watching the DNR's EagleCam? Well, now there's a reason to flip it on.
Keeping Tabs On Bald Eagles By Looking At The Little Ones A study is underway in parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin to monitor the health of bald eagles. On Tuesday, WCCO’s cameras got to tag along as a crew brought a single eagle chick down from its nest.
2 New Penguin Chicks Make Debut At MN ZooTwo penguin chicks made their debut today at the Minnesota Zoo. The two African Penguins waddled out into the spotlight for the first time since their births back in March.
Minn. Officials Warn Of Ducklings Disease RiskMinnesota health officials are warning that chicks and ducklings can carry salmonella.
Video: Osprey Chicks Banded In Lino Lakes In the past 25 years, there's been an effort to bring the osprey back as a nesting species to the Twin Cities.
Man Sentenced For Destroying Nests, Killing ChicksA 59-year-old man has been sentenced for killing and attempting to kill a large number of American white pelicans, which are protected under federal law.
Salmonella Outbreak Tied To Chicks, DucklingsHealth officials say 39 people have been sickened from a salmonella outbreak spread through handling baby chicks or ducklings.