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'One In A Million' Yellow Cardinal Spotted In AlabamaBiologists say a woman in Alabama has a "one in a million" house guest as an extremely rare yellow cardinal has been filmed snacking at the homeowner's bird feeder repeatedly.
Rich Car Owners Putting Spikes On Trees To Avoid Bird PoopWhile admitting that the spikes could be seen as cruel by others, the resident added that area residents had already tried to scare the birds away using other methods and failed.
Cats Killing Millions Of Birds, Threaten Extinction, Study FindsResearchers at Charles Darwin University say that wild cats alone are killing around 316 million birds a year on the continent.
Ravens Are More Cunning Than Preschoolers, Study FindsRavens are capable of planning for future events and bartering, and will forgo immediate rewards to obtain a better reward in the future, according to a new study.
Zoo Miami Will Accept Exotic Pets During Amnesty DaySometimes people sign up for things that, in the long run, turn out to be not the best idea—like acquiring an exotic animal as a pet.
Dock Company Offers $5K Reward For Info On Mutilated PelicansIt’s happened before and it’s happening again…dozens of brown pelicans have been found mutilated.
Help Animals This Holiday SeasonIt’s the season of giving—how about helping out the furry friends’ in-need of care at the wildlife hospital?
Largest Flock Of Wild Flamingos In Florida History Found In Palm Beach CountyWhile it may not seem like a huge number, 147 is rather large when it comes to a flock of wild flamingos.
Young Whooping Cranes Headed For Florida Stranded In Alabama Eight young whooping cranes, that are supposed to be on their way to Florida, remain grounded Friday in Alabama due to flying conditions.
Wildlife Service Considers Adding Three Florida Species To Endangered ListThe Florida Keys mole skink, Panama City crayfish and the Suwannee moccasin shell mussel are just three of the nine species the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
It's "Baby Season" At A Local Wildlife CenterLove is in the air at the South Florida Wildlife Center as this time of year, also known as "baby season," the nursery is packed with baby birds.
Man Arrested After Animals Set Free At SW Florida AttractionA man was arrested and dozens of animals had to be corralled after an incident at a Southwest Florida roadside attraction Monday.

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