Have you heard about Indiana's newest black bear? It is thought to be hibernating in Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge. Learn more about these creatures and what we can do to keep them safe, as well as ourselves!
Can you tell fact from fiction when it comes to owls, bats, & snakes? Find a workshop near you this month and test your "spooky" animal knowledge.
Water is a resource that we share with native wildlife, not to mention domestic animals and livestock. Our water usage impacts them and vice versa. As Water Quality Month, August is a great time to reflect on the role water plays in our lives and the lives of our wildlife neighbors.
As a part of ICAN's Nature Play Days, IWF is hosting a wildlife scavenger hunt on June 13th, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Bring your family and join the IWF team as we unwind with a hike along a little-known treasure in the heart of Indianapolis, the White River Urban Wilderness trail.
When Canada geese return for the spring, it’s usually a welcome sight. It means winter has finally passed, and warm weather is surely on the way. However, geese can be an irritant for many landowners and can even cause property damage.