Wildlife News


Rare white lion may be saved by mystery donor  ABC Action News

A tense legal battle in South African courts over the fate of a rare white lion might be over after a “mystery donor” stepped in to buy the animal.

Jefferson Awards: Deputy fights gang mentality through camp  WACH.com

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) -- November's Jefferson Award honor went to Lexington County Deputy David Burns, who has entered what he described as his most ...

Rippleside fifth graders help Wild and Free  Aitkin Independent Age

Each fall, for at least the last 10 years, volunteers for the Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Program in Garrison have given a presentation to the fifth grade ...

Terri Irwin carrying on late husband's work with wildlife conservation  PostBulletin.com

PASADENA, Calif. — It's not every day you can stop off at a tiny zoo in the middle of nowhere and find the love your life. But that happened to.

Wildlife nonprofit's 50-year anniversary marred by red tide  NBC2 News

A non-profit on Sanibel is celebrating 50 years of treating wildlife in Southwest Florida.

DP Joe Callahan Shoots Wildlife Rescue Documentary With Panasonic's AU-EVA1  TV Technology

NEWARK, N.J.—Director of Photography Joe Callahan has completed principal photography on a feature-length documentary on wildlife rescue and ...

Michigan Deer Rehab Facility May Close if Rules Don't Change  U.S. News & World Report

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Rehabilitating motherless fawns could be a thing of the past for one Bingham Township couple.

Mufasa the white lion’s legal battle heats up as sanctuary fears rare animal will be auctioned off to hunters  Fox News

A South African wildlife sanctuary is gearing up for an extended legal battle against the country's government over custody of a rare white lion it fears will be ...

Shan Goshorn, Cherokee artist and activist from Tulsa, dies at 61  Tulsa World

A memorial *service* is set for 2 p.m. Dec. 29 at the Gilcrease Museum.

Wildlife center sees influx of animals  The Winchester Star

BOYCE — As winter approaches each year, things usually slow down at the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center, with fewer animals being brought in for medical care ...