SF Zoo Welcomes South American Flamingo Chicks; Baby GuanacoChilean flamingo chicks and a baby guanaco -- all South American natives -- are among the newest residents at San Francisco Zoo.
Animal Owners Scramble To Save Their Horses, Alpacas From Loma FireAnimal owners in the path of the fast-moving Loma Fire are scrambling to save their pets.
California Fish and Game Commision Adds Spotted Owl To Endangered Species ListThe state's Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously on Friday to add the threatened bird to the list.
Circus Coming To Oakland Won't Have ElephantsThe Ringling Brothers Circus comes to Oakland this weekend, and for the first time in the Bay Area, the show will not bring elephants.
Taxidermy Classes Growing In PopularityBelieve it or not, there’s a growing interest in taxidermy classes.
Fighting Pit Bulls Are Getting A Second ChanceGood news for some shelter dogs -- and prospective owners. A new state law is giving them a second chance at life.
Rare Wolverine Sighted In Sierra Could Be Same Animal Seen In 2008If the wolverine is the same animal first spotted in 2008, "Buddy" is estimated to be at least 9 years old.
Tahoe Wildlife Caretakers Raise 3 Bear Cubs Orphaned In YosemiteThe 5-month-old cubs, weighing less than 10 pounds each, are being cared for at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care. Their mother was killed on the Fourth of July.
'Secret Life Of Pets' Fetches $103 Million In Opening DaysIt's a good time for animated animals at the box office. "The Secret Life of Pets" follows "Zootopia" and "Finding Dory" as the latest success this year, opening to a massive $103.2 million according to studio estimates...
Traditional Pig Chase At Woodside Junior Rodeo Draws ProtestersA popular event that gets both kids and pigs squealing at the Junior Rodeo in Woodside has some animal-rights activists all fired up.
Federal Land Managers Set To Sterilize Wild Horses Across The WestThe U.S. Bureau of Land Management is embarking on a path to sterilize wild horses on U.S. rangeland to slow the growth of herds.
Daly City Man Ordered To Remove Poultry From Apartment After Neighbor Complains Of Fowl SmellPolice told a man last week to remove more than 25 chickens from his Daly City apartment after a neighbor called to say the chickens were diminishing his quality of life.

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