Welcome to the Wildlife News Topic.

Hancock Wildlife Foundation (HWF) was established to further promote the knowledge and understanding of Wildlife through science and education.

This topic is for you to bring in any wildlife stories you may come across.
Your local news may report on some thing that will be of wider interest.
Placing it here means it will be referenced in the HWF archives and available for research.

Try to include a picture copied from the article, but always include the credit line - and a link back to that article, please.

All articles placed here will be shown on the Home page for a while. And then, later, it may be moved to whichever Topic more closely deals with that subject e.g. Conservation.

Click HERE to submit a news item.

All your articles will provide an important referenced resource for the future.


 

View Printable Version

Local HWF member rescues owl

Wildlife News
24 April 2017

An amazing story that will likely be one of the rarer moments in
this man's life. Here is his tale with remarkable video as evidence.
Enjoy and marvel.
Man Saves Owl
https://www.youtube.com/embed/Uu49lRx1Xf0

Saving Eaglets in Vancouver

Global News Vancouver had a great story about the Jericho Beach eagle nest, and how David Hancock has been working with the Vancouver Park Board to help these eagles; the story originally ran the evening of Tuesday, September 20, 2016 - http://globalnews.ca/video/2953112/saving-eaglets-in-vancouver

View the story here, courtesy of Global News:

 

View Printable Version

Orphaned bird joins famous owl nest

Wildlife News24 April 2017


OKLAHOMA CITY – We have an exciting update on a brood of owls who’ve nested in one family’s window box for six years. The great horned owls first discovered Jeff and Deziray Click’s flower box back in 2010. The Clicks set up a webcam to watch the owls. Their oldest ….
KFOR.COM BY KFOR-TV

Read More: http://kfor.com/2017/04/24/oklahoma-owl-cam-update-check-in-on-whats-new-with-this-beloved-family-of-birds/
View Printable Version

Eagle cam: Second eaglet in Platte River State Fish Hatchery nest dies

Wildlife News23 April 2017


BENZIE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) – A sad update to the live eagle cam the second eaglet in the Platte River State Fish Hatchery nest had died. Carbon TV says the second …. (Beulah)
UPNORTHLIVE.COM

Read More: http://upnorthlive.com/news/local/eagle-cam-second-eaglet-in-platte-river-state-fish-hatchery-nest-dies
View Printable Version

Owl nest at Lowe’s prompts ‘do not touch’ sign

Wildlife News21 April 2017


An owl family has decided that a Lowe’s Home Improvement store in Colorado makes the ideal home.
AJC.COM

Read More: http://www.ajc.com/news/national/owl-nest-lowe-prompts-not-touch-sign/7R2iRkPBe31iXfMNJiTV8M/
View Printable Version

Man climbs 95ft. pole to return baby bald eagle during storm

Wildlife News21 April 2017


An eaglet at the National Arboretum is on the mend after being rescued from its nest Thursday night.
WUSA9.COM

Read More and Video: http://www.wusa9.com/news/local/dc/baby-bald-eagle-rescued-from-nest-in-dc/433134849
View Printable Version

Hatched! Baby bald eagle attracts shutterbugs at Milpitas school

Wildlife News21 April 2017


Baby eagle near acres of sludge lagoons in a waste water treatment facility – proof that even in the mess of humanity, there’s room for a wild symbol of freedom.
MERCURYNEWS.COM

Read More: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/04/21/baby-bald-eagle-hatches-at-milpitas-school/
View Printable Version

A baby bald eagle hurt itself, so climbers scaled an 80-foot tree to help

Wildlife News21 April 2017


Known as DC4, the baby eaglet had gotten its leg “lodged in a Y-shaped stick” in pat of the ….
WASHINGTONPOST.COM BY DANA HEDGPETH

Read More: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2017/04/21/a-baby-bald-eagle-hurt-itself-so-climbers-scaled-an-80-foot-tree-to-help/?utm_term=.b63d586b71d0
View Printable Version

Visiting the owls

Wildlife News21 April 2017


ALBIA – Aside from a handful of fictional characters, cemeteries aren’t a great place for people to grow up. For animals, though, there are distinct advantages.
OTTUMWACOURIER.COM

Read More: http://www.ottumwacourier.com/news/visiting-the-owls/article_6c32a750-25f1-11e7-9630-eb1ccc16cc54.html
?

Please Donate

Please Donate!

Current & Ongoing Promotions

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Account





Sign up as a New User
Lost your password?