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Ruffed Grouse on top of Cheat Mountain, West Virginia.  Photo be Denise Powers Fabian

Ruffed Grouse on top of Cheat Mountain, West Virginia. Photo be Denise Powers Fabian

Bobcats are nocturnal animals and difficult to see in the wild. They live throughout West Virginia in small caves and hollow trees, and here at the Wildlife Center.

Bobcats are nocturnal animals and difficult to see in the wild. They live throughout West Virginia in small caves and hollow trees, and here at the Wildlife Center.

Holly River | Holly River State Park - Hacker Valley - Reviews of Holly River State ...

Holly River | Holly River State Park - Hacker Valley - Reviews of Holly River State ...

Bald Eagle and Chicks in West Virginia...photo by David Hypes

Bald Eagle and Chicks in West Virginia...photo by David Hypes

Photo "DSC00157DIDYOUHEARAWORDISAID" by TimboAConnard

Photo "DSC00157DIDYOUHEARAWORDISAID" by TimboAConnard

French Creek Freddy - The (kinda) famous weather predicting groundhog of West Virginia. Freddy was busy munching on grass. Located at French Creek Game Farm, south of Buchannon, WV.

French Creek Freddy - The (kinda) famous weather predicting groundhog of West Virginia. Freddy was busy munching on grass. Located at French Creek Game Farm, south of Buchannon, WV.

MARSHALL FOOTBALL-WV.

MARSHALL FOOTBALL-WV.

WV animals | Snakes at the West Virginia Wildlife Center | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

WV animals | Snakes at the West Virginia Wildlife Center | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

WV Mountains in Winter | Welcome to the Wildlife and nature section. Our picture selection is ...

WV Mountains in Winter | Welcome to the Wildlife and nature section. Our picture selection is ...

“A fed bear is a dead bear.” Truer words are seldom spoken, especially in West Virginia, where black bears are abundant and wildlife officials no longer have places to relocate nuisance animals. - See more at: http://www.wvgazette.com/article/20140509/ARTICLE/140509278/1115#sthash.AdDzupTy.dpuf

“A fed bear is a dead bear.” Truer words are seldom spoken, especially in West Virginia, where black bears are abundant and wildlife officials no longer have places to relocate nuisance animals. - See more at: http://www.wvgazette.com/article/20140509/ARTICLE/140509278/1115#sthash.AdDzupTy.dpuf

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