In ‘Slowest Pursuit Ever,’ CHP Officers Save Geese Along I-80 In BerkeleyOfficers with the California Highway Patrol guided a gaggle of baby geese to safety after they were spotted on Interstate 80 in Berkeley over the weekend.
CHP Officer Rescues Baby Geese From Side Of Santa Rosa HighwayA gaggle of baby geese were rescued from the side of Highway 101 in Santa Rosa by a California Highway Patrol officer.
Geese Population Control At Walnut Creek Golf Course Draws Complaints Over Cruelty To GoslingsAn East Bay community's solution to overpopulation of geese - the forced starvation of young goslings or exposure to predators - is creating bad feelings among many of the residents.
SF SPCA Weighs In On Foie Gras ControversyDr. Jennifer Scarlett from the SF SPCA weighs in on California's foie gras controversy as it relates to animal rights and welfare.
Some Bay Area Restaurants Offering Foie Gras Despite BanAt least two restaurants in the Bay Area said they are serving foie gras, despite California’s recently-enacted ban of the delicacy.
California's Foie Gras Ban Gets Legal ChallengeA ban on the sale of foie gras that went into effect in California this week is being challenged in court.
SF Restaurant Goers Order Foie Gras As Statewide Ban LoomsA foie gras lunch special at one North Beach restaurant has become a sellout item among San Francisco restaurant goers ahead of a statewide ban on the delicacy that begins on Sunday.
Concord Teen Arrested For Duck, Geese ShootingsConcord police have arrested a teen believed to be responsible for shooting and killing at least two dozen waterfowl at Concord parks in the past few months.
Lake Merritt Geese Lead To Fowl Complaints In OaklandOakland residents have been dropping more and more complaints with the city about what the Lake Merritt geese leave behind. More residents have been crying fowl since improvements around the lake started bringing more people down to the waterfront three years ago.
Park Rangers Using Birth Control To Limit Fremont GeeseRangers in the East Bay Regional Park District are using a form of birth control by dipping clutches of eggs in corn oil to suffocate the embryos and then returning them to the nest so the mother won’t lay more.