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Nutria: Invasive (& Delicious)!

Orange you glad your teeth don't look like that?

4 Things to Know About Canada Geese

Other than the fact that they leave your yard a mess, that is...

Sandhill Cranes: "Ribeye of the Sky"

Graceful, elegant and…delicious? Yes!

4 Things to Know About Canada Geese

Other than the fact that they leave your yard a mess, that is...

Sandhill Cranes: "Ribeye of the Sky"

Sandhill cranes can fill the sky in flocks of up to 10,000 as they migrate south for the winter, bodies printing against the sun with their long legs trailing out behind—graceful, elegant and…delicious? Yes!

5 Things You Didn't Know About Eagles

Eagles of the Americas capture the imagination!

4 Things to Know About Canada Geese

Other than the fact that they leave your yard a mess, that is...

Sandhill Cranes: "Ribeye of the Sky"

Sandhill cranes can fill the sky in flocks of up to 10,000 as they migrate south for the winter, bodies printing against the sun with their long legs trailing out behind—graceful, elegant and…delicious? Yes!

Wildlife Profile: Alligator

From their scaly hide to their vertical pupils to their big humorless grins, it’s not hard to believe that these reptiles are very closely related to dinosaurs. They haven’t changed much at all for over seven million years.

Wildlife Profile: Skunk

The scientific name for the skunk is Mephitis mephitis. “Mephitis” in Latin refers to a very foul odor. (As you can see, whoever gave the skunk its name felt strongly enough about the way skunks smell to say it twice!)

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