A man spies a one legged seagull hopping through a park and decides to record it to video. But the video limelight is immediately comandeered by a squirrel able to lift a huge sandwich up the side of a tree.
The invasive Oriental Bittersweet plant has been growing rapidly along the Grand River in Ottawa County, snuffing out local plants. One way to battle it is to bring in hungry goats who love eating Oriental Bittersweet. Now, what do we do about the lonely goatherds?
The 2016 World's Largest Dog Wash was held Sunday, July 10 at Fifth Third Ballpark and tons of folks came out with their four-legged friends to get washed, hang out, and support Gilda's Club of Grand Rapids.
A Montcalm County woman is a little light in the pocketbook today after being fined by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for taking four fawns from the woods and handing them out to her friends.
Reminder: leave the wild life alone. They are not your pets.
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