The city is filled with pigeons that are missing toes and feet. Here's why that happens.
The organization said rats shouldn't be killed with dry ice, and lethal initiatives "actually backfire."
A mysterious snake showed up in a woman's Englewood bathroom — and it's not the first time.
After an injury, the famous West Loop firedog is greeting people at Engine 103's firehouse once again.
Officials hope for return of predatory mammals and want to make sure Chicago is prepared for arrivals.
"Like all God's creatures, they should be dealt with in the most humane fashion possible."
Judges will be on hand to give out prizes to dogs who perform the best tricks.
The bright green birds, usually seen in Hyde Park, were spotted in River Park and Ravenswood Manor.
The eight-eyed spiders, which carry babies on their backs, move into homes when temperatures drop.
A river otter may have been spotted in the Chicago River for the first time in decades, if not longer.
The game, popularized in Austin, Texas, is part of the weekend's Windy City Coop Tour event.
Some Neighborhood Square users want the spiders dead, another asks: "Who are we to play God?"
The Blanding's turtle hatchlings at Notebaert museum are part of a 20-year project to save the reptiles.
Proposals also include a park bench sponsorship to add more seating.
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