ARCO, Idaho — Wildlife officials in eastern Idaho are looking for whoever used a vehicle to run down and kill four antelope in an agricultural field.
TOLEDO, Ohio — Six tigers and four other exotic animals seized by Ohio officials from their owner in January have been moved from a temporary holding facility to animal sanctuaries in three other states, the Ohio Department of Agriculture said Tuesday.
NISSWA, Minn. — Conservation officers issued citations to two tribal members who attempted to net fish on Gull Lake in Nisswa on Friday, the second day of efforts by activists to assert rights they say they hold under an 1855 treaty.
CINCINNATI — An Ohio zoo that has the last Sumatran rhino in the United States announced plans Tuesday to send him to Southeast Asia on a mission to mate and help preserve his critically endangered species.
ELLISVILLE, Mo. — Aldermen in Ellisville have given police authority to use rifles to reduce the growing deer population in the St. Louis County town.
RUDD, Iowa — Iowa poultry farmers are bracing for the possibility that bird flu will return this fall when wild birds migrate south, but hope that won't happen.
METAMORA, Ill. — As her American mustang, Gus, reared up on its hind legs in dissent, Kaylee Kapraun sat firmly in the saddle, frowning in disapproval.
ISLE, Minn. — On the wind-swept shores of Lake Mille Lacs, the abrupt end to this year's walleye fishing season sunk in Monday with a mix of nervousness, resentment and resolve.
INDIANAPOLIS — A wild black bear that's been roaming far northern Indiana for nearly two months has returned to the state after a short trip home to Michigan, and wildlife officials are waiting for it with live traps baited with delicacies.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Federal wildlife officials say it could take up to three decades and cost as much as $30 million to save a rare beetle that once was found in large numbers in parts of Nebraska.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. — The state Department of Natural Resources has set a trap to try to catch a black bear spotted roaming in northern Indiana — the first wild black bear confirmed in that state since the 1870s.
HOLLAND, Mich. — Wildlife managers plan to set traps in a western Michigan lake to catch an unwanted creature: the red swamp crayfish.
WAYNE, Neb. — Organizers of an annual Nebraska family festival with a chicken theme say it'll go on this weekend, despite continuing concerns about avian flu.
WATERTOWN, S.D. — A Watertown family's pet raccoon was euthanized after it scratched and bit a police officer's arm.
LA CROSSE, Wis. — The construction of a portion of a major high-voltage power line connecting Minnesota and Wisconsin is on hold due to concerns about nesting by protected bird species.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Idaho Department of Fish and Game biologists are trying to handle an aggressive northward expansion of American bullfrogs that are multiplying rapidly and posing a threat to fellow amphibians.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri is set to be the first state in the nation to spell out the type of eating disorder treatments that insurance companies must cover, a move advocates say will ensure families have access to care for not just the physical aspect but also the underlying mental issues.
STRASBURG, N.D. — North Dakota's walleye population instantly soared by 10 million thanks to the single largest stocking program in state history.
PIERRE, S.D. — State wildlife officials have discovered a new aquatic invasive species in South Dakota waters.
SWAN QUARTER, N.C. — Wildlife protection advocates are calling for federal authorities to care for the puppies of a rare red wolf legally shot and killed on private property last week.