Category: Florida

Bald Eagle Stuck in a Moving Car’s Grille

In life, sometimes you’re the grille, and sometimes you’re the Bald Eagle. Alright, so that’s not exactly how the saying goes, but it turned out to be true for an unlucky Bald Eagle in Florida this past weekend. According to a Facebook post by Florida’s Clay County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday, a Bald Eagle had to be rescued from the grille of a Saturn after the bird collided with the […]

Friday October 28th, 2016 in Birds, Captain Eagle, Eagles, Florida, News | Comments Off on Bald Eagle Stuck in a Moving Car’s Grille

Say Hello to the First Florida Grasshopper Sparrows Born in Captivity

  Tiny, pink, and bald all over, these babies are making conservation history. Now here’s a cause for celebration that’s both tiny in size, but huge in importance: The world’s first captive-raised Florida Grasshopper Sparrow chicks just arrived at the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation (RSCF) in Loxahatchee, Florida. The four baby birds are big news, mainly because there are […]

Thursday June 2nd, 2016 in Articles, Florida, News, Research | Comments Off on Say Hello to the First Florida Grasshopper Sparrows Born in Captivity