California Department of Fish and Game
As the months tick down to a complete statewide ban on the possession, sale or trade of shark fins, state officials have been reaching out to local merchants to clarify confusion about the ban.
More than 30,000 pounds of Rainbow Trout were released in 16 of the Bay Area’s regional lakes Tuesday as part of the California Department of Fish and Game’s plan to “super stock” the lakes for anglers.
After six decades as the Department of Fish and Game, the agency in charge of California’s wild animals has a new name—one that has many hunting and fishing organizations leery.
A group of fishermen could be in trouble after a video posted on YouTube shows a protected green sturgeon being yanked from the dark waters of the Delta.
A group of scientists are keeping a close eye at the health of sea otters off the California coast. They may be cute and furry, but California sea otters are facing a mystery threat.
A judge in a San Francisco federal court has ruled that the California Department of Fish and Game should decide Sharp Park Golf Course’s future because of violations against frogs and snakes.
Some rockfish species have been overfished and are illegal to catch. But fishermen say the rules aimed at saving the fish are killing them instead.
A necropsy by California Fish and Game officials found that dozens of leopard sharks found dead in Redwood City were likely suffering from massive internal bleeding.
The damage from Friday’s Tsunami surge in Santa Cruz’ waters are estimated at more than $17 million.
The number of mountain lion sightings reported in San Mateo County has more than doubled this year compared to 2009, a county sheriff’s spokesman said.