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Species Guide Index Wildlife species are not listed in complete taxonomic order. Instead, they are listed by similarities, using more familiar terms to help everyone identify and learn about Ohio's wildlife.


Ohio Wildlife Removal News: Activists Support Skunk catches pest wildlife in Ohio - The Ohio Animal Control Facility is made up of Island board of health members, physicians, and health and environmental management professionals.


Having trouble uploading to the photo gallery? Try these tips. Take Better Photos. Division photographer Tim Daniel shares his top 10 tips for snapping beautiful shots of birds in your own yard. Bring Wildlife to Your Desktop. Our free screensaver features stunning photography of animals found throughout Ohio. Learn more.


The Ohio Wildlife Center wildlife hospital admits nearly 5,000 ill, injured, or orphaned animals per year! Caring for these animals is a serious task and our goal is to treat and release as many animals as possible.


Animal Control Solutions is a Full Service Wildlife Removal Company serving Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia and Florida. We provide complete Nuisance Animal Removal of all types of wild animals including Bats, Birds, Raccoons, Squirrels Skunks, Moles, Snakes, and other Nuisance Wildlife.


Luna is a female Big Brown Bat who found her way to Ohio Nature Education in the spring of 1998. Only two days old, she was discovered by a wildlife rehabilitator in Licking County, Ohio. It appeared she had fallen off of her mother.


COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Wildlife Council approved Ohio’s 2019-2020 hunting season dates and bag limits at Wednesday’s meeting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. In addition, the council approved to increase the bag limit for walleye in Lake Erie and the Maumee River in March 2020.


Animals native to Ohio include deer, mice, pheasants, coyotes, bobcats, otters and squirrels. These animals are a small percentage of all of the animals that are native to Ohio. The natural wildlife that resides in Ohio is able to tolerate the climate and adjust to the various temperature points found in the state.


Ohio Wildlife Center, Powell, OH. 12K likes. Ohio Wildlife Center is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization providing more than 30 years of services...


Ohio Wildlife Center’s wildlife-based nature camps offer a unique experience of getting up close to wildlife and back to nature. Our rustic climate controlled Bonner Barn will be a base camp hands-on nature and wildlife adventures. Your camper will explore parts of our 20 acre private sanctuary, visit and learn about our permanent Animal Ambassadors, and what they can do to help wildlife in ...