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Learning to swim isn’t easy, even for river otters. Nellie and Tucker, a pair of North American river otters born at the Oregon Zoo in late February, have begun taking their first dips, but not without a lot of help from their mom, Tilly.
Here are some of the Pacific Northwest's most iconic climate-impacted species, what's being done to help them and how you can take action.
Scientists are on the hunt for a mysterious, shrimp-like creature with a unique claim to fame: Its entire population lives in and around the City of Roses.
We're fortunate to live in a very batty part of the country. At least 15 species of bats call Oregon and Washington home, and thankfully for us, they all eat insects...
The Oregon Zoo is once again deputizing volunteers of all ages to seek out one of the cutest endangered animals in the world.
A new study has revealed that a population of pikas – small cousins of the rabbit – has adapted to the heavy hiker traffic through their habitat by altering the...