Grand Haven Board of Light & Power officials spotted the first peregrine falcon egg of the season Monday. It was in the pair’s perennial nest, high above the municipal utility’s Sims plant on Harbor Island.
Rehabbing wildlife is not for everyone, and working with squirrels is probably among the least desirable projects, according to local rehabilitator Brad Boyink.
Open water attracts raptors to Tri-Cities area, wildlife experts say.
City of Grand Haven leaders continue to monitor data related to the local deer population and what should happen next.
ROBINSON TWP. — Harve VanDeWeg didn’t quite believe his eyes when he spotted a black bear Sunday morning on the bank of the Grand River.
Police responded to a report of a black bear sighting in Park Township on Tuesday morning.
The Grand Haven nest site has produced 45 peregrine falcon chicks since 2001.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources banded three male peregrine falcon chicks Tuesday morning at the J.B. Sims Generating Station on Harbor Island. The nesting box is located 240 feet up on the plant's emissions stack, and to date has
Township Water Department employee Scott Rochon got a huge shock, but fortunately not a huge snap, when he entered a portable toilet in the Arcadia housing development off 148th Avenue.
Grand Haven Board of Light & Power’s peregrine falcon nest box is once again home to several new falcon chicks.
The National Park Service formally committed to rebuilding the island's gray wolf population after three years of study and debate, acknowledging the move was contrary to the usual hands-off approach toward designated wilderness areas.
The elephant staggered and keeled over in the tall grass in southern Tanzania, where some of the world's worst poaching has happened.
Scott Judd trained his camera lens on the white dot in the distance. As he moved up the Lake Michigan shoreline, the speck on a breakwater came into view and took his breath away: it was a snowy owl, thousands of miles from its Arctic home.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has confirmed the presence of a cougar — also referred to as a mountain lion— in Clinton County’s Bath Township.
Michigan DNR officials say they're not uncommon, and not a great risk to humans.