Washington D.C. Firefighters Save Peregrine Falcon MondayFireboats from the Washington D.C. Fire and EMS inspecting the 14th Street Bridge Monday morning found and rescued a wayward peregrine falcon struggling to stay afloat as catfish circled, the agency tweeted Monday.
Pilot Program For Uber's JUMP Scooter Service Underway In BaltimoreUber has launched its own scooter service called JUMP and they have arrived in Charm City.
Baltimore City Extends Dockless Technology Pilot ProgramDockless technology also known as the electric bike and scooters you have seen around the city are here to stay, well at least until April 30th, 2019.
Baltimore Officials To Amend Bill That Called For Jail Time For E-Scooter ViolationsFun, cheap and generally readily available- just some of the reasons behind the soaring popularity of electric scooters and bikes in major cities including Baltimore.
Video: 2 Baltimore Kids Allegedly Steal Bird ScooterA Reddit user posted a video of two kids in Baltimore allegedly stealing a Bird scooter.
Maryland Zoo Mourns 'Bloke' The Laughing KookaburraWhen your pet dies, it's like losing a member of the family. That's the feeling at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
A Peacock Flew The Coop, Remains On The Prowl In ParkvilleThey can walk, run and fly very high. And one of them is on the loose in a Baltimore County neighborhood.
Md. Researchers Help Keep Whooping Cranes From Edge Of ExtinctionIt was on the edge of extinction. But thanks to researchers in Maryland, America's largest bird is still flying.
Lifeline For Bluebirds: Boxes Aid In SurvivalThey 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.
3 Von Der Decken's Hornbills On Display At Maryland ZooThe Maryland Zoo is welcoming three new birds to its African Aviary.
Annapolis Bird Count Finds 108 SpeciesAn annual bird count in Annapolis found 108 different species, but bird watchers were hampered by windy conditions.
Frederick To Use Gun To Scare Away BirdsFrederick officials will use a bird gun to scare the animals from the Split Rail Court area.
Red-Tailed Hawk Euthanized After Injury At HopkinsA red-tailed hawk that was injured last year when it crashed into a library window at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore has been euthanized.
Trooper Kills Troublesome EmuMaryland 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.
Rare Bird Shot To Death, Leaving 3 Chicks DefenselessThe rarest wild bird in our state was shot to death in western Maryland.