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Warrior Canine Connection Welcomes Laura’s Legacy Litter!

By Leigh Bluestein Warrior Canine Connection is proud to announce the arrival of Laura’s Legacy Litter, born on April 8, 2018 — two male black and two female yellow Labrador Retrievers. The puppies, identified by their collar colors, are growing at light speed, but here’s a listing of the puppies and their weights at birth:

Eat all you can!

A Green, Green World

Mpala, the home of African wildlife on Explore, is teeming with life thanks to heavy and sustained rainfall in the region over the last couple of months. Viewers on Explore have witnessed the rising of the Ewaso Ng’iro river ushering in a season of plenty. Many animal species in the savannah have adapted to rain patterns, giving

Photo by Kurt Lindsay.

Chat Live With Owl Research Institute

Last year at this time, the female Great Gray Owl was already incubating eggs in her beautiful snag nest. This year, however, she and her mate have been spotted at the nest just a handful of times. To complicate matters, a Great Horned Owl pair have shown an interest in the nest, and continue to

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This Week on Explore (4/6)

We have two eggs on the Great Spirit Bluff Falcon cam!   The doves have hatched! Come look at these sweet fluffballs!   Hello Herons! Check out these sweet blue eggs every day here! We are pleased to welcome the Kentucky Equine Humane Center to our live cams! Make sure to tune into explore.org to watch

Lilac-breasted roller (Coracias caudata) Photo by Tui De Roy

Live Chat with Mpala Bird Experts!

All year round, viewers on Explore.org are treated to sights and sounds of at least 300 bird species on Mpala the home of African Wildlife. It may be the sights and sounds of the hornbill, defined by a long-curved, often brightly coloured bill or a chorus of the noisy turaco running through tree canopies mixed

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