An Oakland County man noticed early in the pandemic that there needed to be more natural beauty for elderly people near him - so he decided to raise money to install bird feeders outside every window.
Rescuers found a puppy sheltering within the charred remains on a property impacted by the Berry Creek fires.
Two tiny, but mighty, wild kittens recently enjoyed their first meaty meal at the San Diego Zoo.
The Michigan resources and agriculture departments are asking residents to be on the lookout for a new invasive species capable of decimating the state's plants and crops.
Residents will need a pass the next time they visit a Michigan state park
With business coming in again, Robson's Greenhouse is returning to its roots and are pretty much experts when it comes to plants and pollinators. They say the murder hornets won't wipe out Michigan's agriculture.
Panic over the news of the “murder hornet” in America will lead to damage to essential bee populations, experts warn.
Deadly hornets from Asia that measure up to 2 inches long and can wipe out entire honey bee colonies within hours have been spotted for the first time in the U.S.
Walt Disney World said zebra weighs about 65 pounds and was born to mom Heidi.
State parks and recreation centers will remain open for residents during Michigan's shelter-in-place order given by the governor.
After a series of heartbreaking images of starving lions in Sudan were posted online, a global campaign is underway to save them.
Yosemite's Horsetail Fall will light up with bright orange and red hues that resemble cascading fire for a few days in February.
After befriending two red foxes that had wandered onto the worksite of a pipeline being constructed, workers for Consumers Energy noticed their new companions had started losing their fur and tails in the fall. As it turns out, it's a common disease called mange, and one the employees sought to treat.
NASA released images showing the devastation from the bushfires burning all over Australia.
Officials said it’s the first black rhino birth in the zoo’s 100-year history.
Officials in one Ohio county are asking people to be on the lookout for a mass that may look like a pine cone, but actually contains something else.
A New Hampshire-based logging company has purchased more than a half-million acres of timberland in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
It’s not every day that you receive bear hugs while at work, unless it’s your job to take care of pandas.
A woman who reportedly climbed over a safety barrier at the Bronx Zoo lion exhibit has been arrested.
A bear family broke into the house in Homewood, located just outside of Tahoe City.