Representatives of federal, state and local agencies Thursday announced the elimination of a 105-year-old barrier in a creek between Palo Alto and Menlo Park to allow endangered steelhead trout to migrate upstream from San Francisco Bay.
Now that the once endangered falcons are flourishing, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it will no longer permit peregrine chick rescues from Bay Area bridges.
A federal judge in San Francisco has awarded $386,000 in attorneys’ fees and costs to six environmental groups that filed a lawsuit seeking to protect two imperiled species at the Sharp Park Golf Course in Pacifica.
The most feared predator in the ocean received new protections Wednesday when a California commission decided the great white shark should be studied as a potential endangered species.
Federal fisheries regulators will consider whether to list West Coast great white sharks as an endangered species, a designation that could spur more research into the mysterious sea creatures.
Bald eagles are making a comeback in Northern California.
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 bald eagle that recently hatched at Anthony Chabot Regional Park in Castro Valley is expected to by flying by July, according to the East Bay Regional Park District.
A huge swath of Central Coast forest that is home to several threatened and endangered species has been purchased by several preservation groups.
A bird whose populations were decimated in San Francisco and other parts of California has been spotted nesting in the city’s Bayview District.