Weaver birds in Rwanda tie knots to build their nests, one example of bird behavior that has long fascinated Tom Murphy.
“The bird was still strong and ready to tangle but does at a minimum have a broken wing."
A one-eyed hawk that went missing after a weekend windstorm knocked over its enclosure at a rehabilitation facility in western Montana has been found safe.
A Montana woman has asked for help searching for her one-eyed hawk that escaped from its enclosure in North Kalispell during extreme winds over the weekend.
Wardens with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are seeking information on two cases involving wildlife crimes in southwest Montana.
NorthWestern Energy electric customers in the Nelson, Favorite Gulch and American Bar areas will have a power outage between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m…
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State biologists are asking the public for help finding nesting great gray owls.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The first golden eagle in Yellowstone National Park fitted with a tracking device has died of lead poisoning, likely after consuming bullet fragments while scavenging the remains of an animal killed by a hunter, officials said Monday.
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When Deputy Jay Groskreutz spotted an eagle on the side of the road while patrolling Wednesday, he told Deputy Steven Horn to turn around. Something seemed off about the bird.
With a wingspan of 7 feet or more, golden eagles are one of the most iconic birds in North America, and for four years, a mountain pass in the Big Belts southwest of Helena has served as one of the best places to catch them migrating.
LIVINGSTON — Firefighters in Livingston rescued two owlets and are offering a $200 reward for information leading to whoever is responsible for killing their mother.
Anyone who thinks it’s rare to see a golden eagle should stop by the Imagine Nation brewery this Wednesday.
It wasn’t the easiest of conditions for monitoring the annual golden eagle migration from Duck Creek Pass this fall, but when the weather cooperated, observers made the best of a shortened season — including hitting a record day.
Celebrate the spectacle of raptor migration on Saturday, Sept. 23, in Yellowstone National Park’s Hayden Valley. The Hawk Watch is an opportunity to observe and learn about raptors, their ecology and their migration.
As part of International Hawk Migration Week, Steve Hoffman, raptor expert and former executive director of Montana Audubon, will teach a field identification class for all skill levels on Friday, Sept. 22.
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As thousands of raptors migrate over the Big Belts this fall, they are joined by four eagles released following months of rehabilitation.