Posted September 25, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

M*A*S*H is one of the most popular and iconic television shows ever produced. Even though it is about humans dealing with the realities of war near the front lines many animals made their way into the series. From Radar's menagerie to Colonel Potter's horse to a dog injured in combat these animals added an extra measure of humanity to the characters and to the show.

Posted September 18, 2017 by Ron Callari

While most of Beaufort County, South Carolina sustained high winds and flooding – in contrast to what was originally forecasted for Hurricane Irma – the town escaped the level of havoc incurred by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Unfortunately, this was not the case for the beach on Hunting Island.

Posted August 31, 2017 by Ron Callari

Hunting Island, South Carolina is home to the Loggerhead Turtle. But what about the Green Turtle?

Posted July 26, 2017 by Creature Features

A tourist at a resort in Cozumel, Mexico saved a doomed sea turtle by flipping it back on its feet, er, flippers, allowing it to return to the ocean.

Posted May 29, 2017 by Ron Callari

With animal tragedies such as the killing of Harambe, the silverback gorilla last year at the Cincinnati Zoo, debates continue as to whether animals should be caught and sequestered for . . .

Posted May 23, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Leonardo, the African spurred turtle, may be a bit slow, but he makes a fabulous headrest for his best friend, Simon the cow.

 

Posted March 2, 2017 by Laurie Kay Olson

Winter travel in Colorado can often be difficult, especially when you are trying to drive one of the mountain passes. Last Saturday morning a family was involved in a terrible crash on Vail Pass. Emergency responders came to the rescue and took the family to the hospital. It was only then that they learned that they had left one family member behind at the scene -- Turtle, the family's pet turtle.

Posted February 28, 2017 by Ron Callari

The goal is 12,000 species. The ’Photo Ark’ navigator and animal photographer is Joel Sartore. The mission is to document every captive animal species in the world using studio lighting and black-and-white backgrounds. So far, he’s traveled to 40 countries and has accomplished more than half of his target.