So cool! Look at these bald eagles that were caught flying in the storm in Langford yesterday!
In Western New York, we've been seeing a whole bunch of rare sights in nature, including Albino deer in West Seneca and East Aurora this week, but these bald eagles may take the cake...
Hawk Creek Wildlife Center in East Aurora is celebrating Earth Week with their Wild Earth event on Saturday, April 30th from 11 to 4. It's a chance to meet hawks, owls, falcons, eagles and wild cats.
Tanya Lowe is the Director of Wildlife Education and brought along a friend when she visited with Clay, Dale and Liz on Friday morning.
A couple weeks ago, Clay showed you a video of a hillbilly dancing with his pet raccoon. That hillbilly's name is Mark Brown, and he recently had that raccoon seized by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
When one thinks of a deer, one thinks of a gentle Bambi-like creature. However, adult male deers can be pretty rough customers. Especially during mating season, when they use their sharp horns to jostle over female deer companionship.
Ever feed a baby Wildebeest? I had the chance to do that today. Introducing...Lilly the baby Wildebeest! She is only 10 days old and has grown so much in just a few days!She gets fed every 6 hours and will grow to be up to 600 pounds!
Sure has been an interesting post season for baseball. Yesterday we had a camera man fall down while running along side a player in the Texas Rangers game. Now we have a squirrel that found its way on to the field!!