When your pet dies, it’s like losing a member of the family. That’s the feeling at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
They can walk, run and fly very high. And one of them is on the loose in a Baltimore County neighborhood.
It was on the edge of extinction. But thanks to researchers in Maryland, America’s largest bird is still flying.
They pop up with amazing regularity along the park roads of Antietam National Battlefield — little shoebox-sized cedar boxes hanging vertically on fence posts, metal signs and tree stumps.
The Maryland Zoo is welcoming three new birds to its African Aviary.
An annual bird count in Annapolis found 108 different species, but bird watchers were hampered by windy conditions.
Frederick officials will use a bird gun to scare the animals from the Split Rail Court area.
A red-tailed hawk that was injured last year when it crashed into a library window at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore has been euthanized.
Maryland State Police say a trooper shot and killed an emu that had been on the loose for two weeks, blocking traffic and disrupting a North East neighborhood.
The rarest wild bird in our state was shot to death in western Maryland.
The call of the whooping crane is rarely heard, as the bird is on the brink of extinction. Maryland leads the effort to save the species.
The city of Frederick is bringing in a bird gun to scare away crows that congregate along a retail strip of U.S. 40.