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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.


ZANESVILLE, Ohio — Sheriff’s deputies shot nearly 50 wild animals — including 18 rare Bengal tigers and 17 lions — in a big-game hunt across the state’s countryside Wednesday after the ...


If you would like additional information about the Dangerous Wild Animal laws in Ohio, please contact our department at (614)728-6220, or send an email to dwa.cdb@agri.ohio.gov.


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.


The animal expert discusses the wild animals that were let loose in Zanesville. Cops Kill Loose Lions, Tigers Owner of exotic animal farm in Ohio sets animals loose, then kills himself.


Part of our mission is to provide a permanent home for more than sixty non-releasable wild animals that are either too sick or too injured to go back into the wild. We've provided biographies for several of these animals on the following pages, but they do not account for a full list of all animals that are cared for by Ohio Nature Education.


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.


The Wilds is one of the largest conservation centers in North America, set on about 10,000 acres of land in Southeast Ohio. The Wilds safari park is home to a number of rare and endangered animals from around the world, including cheetah, rhinos, camels, antelope, zebra, and giraffes, as well as a number of local native species.


This list of mammals of Ohio includes a total of 70 mammal species recorded in the state of Ohio. Of these, three (the black bear, Indiana bat, and Allegheny woodrat) are listed as endangered in the state, three (the Norway rat, house mouse, and wild boar) are introduced, two (the gray bat and Mexican free-tailed bat) ...


Do you have a wildlife emergency? Find out what to do! Wildlife Rehabilitation at Ohio Wildlife Center. Wildlife rehabilitation is the process of caring for injured, orphaned or sick wild animals and releasing them back to the wild when they are able to survive on their own.