ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Environmentalists are blasting a federal government decision not to list the Mexican gray wolf as a separate subspecies under the Endangered Species Act.
A colony of black-tailed prairie dogs moved into new digs Monday as part of an Arizona Game and Fish Department program to re-establish the once-native species to its historic range.
WASHINGTON — The 6-day-old giant panda cub that died at the National Zoo had liver abnormalities and fluid in its abdomen, but zoo officials said Monday that they don’t yet know the cause of death.
A bat found outside of the Pima County Juvenile Court last week has tested positive for rabies, officials said.
A Great Dane from Michigan is doggone tall.
PHOENIX — A suburban Phoenix hospital that billed a woman more than $83,000 for administering two doses of scorpion antivenom says it plans to adjust the woman’s bill and review its price for the expensive specialty medication.
Snow, Reid Park Zoo’s 17-year-old polar bear, has died.
Reports of rattlesnake bites this month are the highest in three years, the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center in Tucson says.
LOS ANGELES — The chimpanzee habitat at the Los Angeles Zoo was open for visitors Wednesday, a day after a baby chimp was killed by an adult male in front of dozens of visitors.
PHOENIX — The death of a Maricopa County infant from whooping cough is prompting health officials to urge residents to make sure they’re vaccinated.
Snake season is upon us — and the biting has begun.
BILLINGS, Mont. — A federal appeals court on Wednesday rejected a lawsuit from conservation groups that want to block wolf hunts that have killed more than 500 of the predators across the Northern Rockies in recent months.
A controlled burn today at the Sweetwater Wetlands is sending a plume of smoke over the city’s west side.
One of the world's tiniest lizards has been discovered by
keen-eyed researchers in Madagascar.
SAN DIEGO — A federal judge in San Diego on Wednesday dismissed
an unprecedented lawsuit seeking to grant constitutional protection
against slavery to a group of orcas that perform at SeaWorld parks,
saying the 13th amendment applies only to humans.
A female Mexican wolf found dead in eastern Arizona was killed
by a lightning strike last August during monsoon storms. That’s
according to test results performed on the wolf by personnel at the
National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Lab in Oregon.
A field team tracking the comings and goings of Mexican wolf
packs in eastern Arizona has recovered a dead female wolf.
When some people think agriculture, they think barns, tractors