Tell the FWS that Chicago and Milwaukee would like Hackmatack, a new wildlife refuge they could drive to. You might see whooping cranes, river otter, cougars, blandings turtles and all kinds of birds there. They take comments until April 27 and are set to decide this fall.
Keep reading Tell the USFWS you want a Chicagoland wildlife refuge
13 endangered whooping cranes now call Wheeler NWR their winter home–maybe permanently–thanks to the quirks of weather, FAA rules and bird stubbornnes.
Keep reading Whooping cranes may make AL home after fluky weather and FAA rules dispute
The white, Harry Potter owls are having a boom year, sighted in Boston, Chicago, Philly, Denver and Long Island. Look on eBird to see where.
Keep reading How to find the snowy owl near you
WI gov vetoes law that would put wildlife in scientific, not political, control. Look out for more more whitetailed deer.
Keep reading Watch out for WI deer overpopulation–thanks to reactionary gov
For $7,000, a company will get you a tame fox, product of a famous Russian breeding experiment into domesticating animals. You can get one directly for $4,000, but you have to manage all the exotic animal licenses.
Keep reading Russians will send you a tame fox puppy for $4k–or $7k if they handle the paperwork
From New York to California, families are heading out to watch bald eagles at festivals. Winter forces the raptors to hunt over unfrozen water.
Keep reading Eagle Watching Festivals for 2011
A Republican congressman introduced a bill to allow MT and ID to manage their wolves (that is, hunt them to extinction). Meanwhile, WI and MI have wolf classes
Keep reading Wolf seminars in Midwest; crazy wolf hunting bills out west; good news for big cats
The Sandhill Outdoor Skills Center in central WI offers what may be the country’s only class on porcupines–what they eat and wear to find them in winter.
Keep reading Wisconsin offers porcupine education
The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, WI, gives you an intimate look at whooping and other endangered cranes. They hate people but carefully choose their own mate.
Keep reading Baraboo, WI: Cranes So Close You Can Tell How Much They Hate You