American alligators are large aquatic reptiles with strong jaws, armor-like bodies and muscular tails.
The only mammals who can both flap their wings and fly, bats play a key role in pollinating our crops and controlling insect populations in our neighborhoods.
Once driven to the brink of extinction by the fur trade, beavers are finally making a comeback.
A keystone species, bees are responsible for sustaining ecosystems and billions of dollars in agricultural crops each year.
From the soaring eagles we watch from afar to the pet parakeets and canaries chirping in our homes ...
Named for their stubby tails, bobcats are so elusive that you’d be lucky to catch a glimpse of one in your lifetime.
Wild burros are small but hardy equines capable of surviving in challenging environments.
A symbol of beauty transformed from humble beginnings, butterflies are one of the few insects who garner near universal appreciation.
Cats bring joy and companionship to millions of people. Here's how you can take care of them.
Chimpanzees are wild, complex animals who live in family groups and form lifelong bonds.
Chinchillas are small rodents native to South America who live in large colonies.
Deer are our wild neighbors, forced by habitat loss into the spaces where humans now live.
Ducks are social birds who live in waterways such as ponds and streams, with a maximum lifespan of about 20 years.