Horse That Fell Down East Bay Ravine In 2016 Reunited With RescuersA Clydesdale that took a tumble down a ravine last year, was reunited in Castro Valley with the firefighters who helped save him.
Threatened California Frog Found In Santa Monica MountainsRed-legged frogs hadn't been seen in the mountains since the 1970s.
Experimental Drug May Give Your Dog A New Lease On LifeWhat if you could give your dog a drug to extend its life by a few years. Would you do it? Cate Cauguiran reports on an experimental drug that shows promise in slowing your pet's aging.
Dozens of Rabbits Rescued In SF After Owner Offers To Sell Them 'For Meat' OnlineThe owner made a post on Craigslist in an attempt to sell the rabbits, which is prohibited in San Francisco.
Raccoon Trapped In Drainpipe Dies After Rescuers Dig Up Watsonville Parking LotA raccoon that was rescued from a Watsonville drainpipe Friday night after being stuck in it for almost a full day, died early Saturday morning.
Malibu Woman Claims Mountain Lion Terrorizing Her Ranch, Killing AnimalsUnder pressure from wildlife advocates, a Southern California rancher is changing her approach to a mountain lion that she claims is terrorizing her.
Marin County Considers Lifting Ban On Slaughtering AnimalsThe ban on slaughtering animals in Marin County may soon be lifted, but not everyone is happy about it.
San Francisco Zoo Welcomes 3 Reindeer For The HolidaysReindeer are domesticated caribou and 3 will be on view at the zoo until New Year's Day.
Felons Training Dogs To Be Their WeaponsDog trainer Cornelius Austin scours the streets of Los Angeles six days a week looking for stray or neglected animals.
Wild Turkeys Invade East Bay NeighborhoodWild turkeys have taken over a neighborhood in Antioch, blocking streets and gobble-gobbling up attention.
'Blue Light' From New LEDs Making Life Harder For Nocturnal AnimalsAs cities look to cut their energy costs they’re increasingly turning to the use of LED bulbs for street lights, despite increased concern that the “blue light” some LEDs omit can be bad for your sleep, lead to decreased visibility on roads and increase obesity.
Wildlife Populations Drop By Half On Average Since 1970sGlobal wildlife populations have fallen an average of 58 percent from 1970 levels.

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