Wild turkeys were once considered extinct but are now found in all Indiana counties.
The Fish and Wildlife division received extra funding over the past few years, allowing them to work on more one-time projects.
A recent report has found animal abuse and unsafe visitor conditions at a Southern Indiana wildlife facility.
A bald eagle was found shot in Dubois County on Thursday, March 19. Now, the search is on to find its nest and the person responsible.
The number of deer harvested in Indiana in 2013 decreased 8 percent from 2012.
The 10-year nesting site will remain undisturbed during construction, officials say.
Wildlife biologists banded 44 peregrine falcon chicks this year, compared to 38 last year.
The group bought the 600 acres of woodland in Brown County from a group of investors who have owned the land since the 1980s.
Monroe and Morgan County residents came out to INDOT’s presentation at the Monroe County Fairgrounds to see how the interstate’s design could affect them.
The Wild Care Center is not taking in any more animals because it does not have enough money to care for them.