Hundreds of dead carp have littered the shores of Lake Mendocino, closing it off to swimming for the time being.
The death of tens of thousands of abalone along the Bay Area’s coastline is being blamed on a microscopic sea creature.
State biologists say they think they know what may have killed over 100 leopard sharks in the Bay Area in recent weeks – heavy rain diluting the bay’s salinity.
State wildlife officials were investigating why dozens of dead sharks have been washing up on the western shore of San Francisco Bay.
Researchers said Friday they are baffled why a dozen leopard sharks died in tide pools and sloughs off Redwood City over the last several days.
More than 100 birds found dead just off Highway 101 in Sonoma County were likely hit by a truck, California wildlife officials said Tuesday.