This summer, more wasps have been found around Nome.
The South American lizard, which can grow up to 4 feet long, poses a threat to protected native wildlife, including American alligators and gopher tortoises.
A decline in caribou abundance is causing coyotes and wolves to come closer to the community of Quinhagak. When a rabid coyote attacked a local dog, it forced the village to bring in a veterinarian from outside the village - and temporarily lift the Southwest community's travel ban.
A coyote was observed in urban Edmonton, when they are usually found in grasslands, agricultural lands, or forested areas.
The earliest I have ever seen the cormorant snake has been around the first week of April. I could never imagine meeting snakes in January.
Icy conditions in the mountains have caused wild reindeer to descend towards the hut areas to find food. In several places ski areas are now closed to prevent the reindeer from being disturbed.
From April to November, most dog owners are used to checking their dogs for small crawling ticks that have become stuck in the fur of their pets.
A new heat record for January. Sunndalsøra in Nordmøre measured 19 plus degrees in the morning.
Lenny didn’t have a wound on him but hasn’t been the same since, his owner says.
The dog’s owner waded waist-deep into Taku Lake and was bitten on his hand while pulling the husky-mix away from the river otters,.
River otters (Lutra canadensis) observed in a lake that typically is home to beavers.
Reports of symptoms such as diarrhoea and vomiting are being investigated in South Ostrobothnia.
Norwegian authorities said up to 40 dogs had fallen ill with vomiting in at least 13 towns.
Nearly 1,000 water damages have been reported following the heavy rainfall night to Sunday.
The summer rain broke a hundred-year-old record.
A blue-green algae advisory is in effect for Prior Lake in Thetis Lake Regional Park after the toxic blooms were spotted in the water.
Visitors advised not to swim in lake and keep dogs on leash
Caution: Blue Green Algae has been detected in the Lower Klamath River and contact with water is not advised. Samples in the South Slough located in the Estuary of the River and near the confluence of Tulley Creek and the Klamath River recently detected low levels of toxic algae.
"I am worried that unless we do something, the algae will kill the lake, or at least our enjoyment of it."