Posted October 25, 2016 by Laurie Kay Olson

It is the sort of thing that wouldn't be everyone's dream job, but for Harry Kunz it has been a labor of love to be the heart and soul of the Eagles Nest Wildlife Hospital in Queensland, Australia. He isn't getting any younger and he is in search of someone who will love and care for these animals with the same passion he has had for them over the years.

Posted October 22, 2016 by Laurie Kay Olson

That wild time of year is here and it is a great time to support wildlife by attending your nearest Boo at the Zoo event. You may not be a fan of zoos, but they do exist and need to raise funds to maintain the animals and provide wildlife education. So for Halloween they add Trick or Treating and many other safe family events to their usual fare of animals.

Posted October 22, 2016 by John P. Barker

I don't know who is sleeping harder here--the kid or the duck.  Either way, this is just happiness encapsulated in a cute little video.

Posted October 11, 2016 by Creature Features

A Florida driver hurrying to evacuate ahead of Hurricane Matthew picked up an unexpected passenger: a somewhat bedraggled but still proud Bald Eagle that was blown into his car's grill.

Posted October 3, 2016 by Laurie Kay Olson

There are few people out there who don't like butterflies and hummingbirds. They fascinate us with their beauty and flight. While bees get all the press for pollinating, these two also help pollinate the plant world for us.

Posted October 1, 2016 by Lady Bee

Need a great hand vacuum to clean up pet hair? Having a lightweight, small yet powerful vacuum to clean up after your dogs and cats can be a life changer for pet owners. A handheld vacuum that is designed to suck up pet hair and dander will make keeping your home clean so much easier. Here are five of the best handheld vacuums that get rave reviews from pet owners....

Posted September 30, 2016 by Ron Callari

Yes, we’re talking radio station, not television! Many pet owners believe they can communicate with their pets in a way that makes them feel special. My pet grey-cheeked conure for instance, not only seems elated when I start a dialogue with him, he gets just as excited when someone new approaches his cage and starts up a conversation. But that’s because he can also see those he’s communicating with. With radio, it’s just a voice, with no accompanying visual cues.

Posted September 27, 2016 by Rebecca West

Did you know that the condition of your bird's beak is an indicator of your pet's overall health? Find out how important it is and what you can do to keep it healthy.