Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care

Bear cubs Hoopa and Salyer seen in a trailer before their release in Humboldt County. (Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care)

Beefed Up Orphan Bear Cubs Released Back Into NorCal Wilderness

Two bear cubs who spent the winter fattening up rather than sleeping in were released at the Hoopa Indian Reservation near Eureka on Thursday.

05/14/2015

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Bear Cubs Found Orphaned After Mom Hit By Car Finally Going Home

Two orphaned bear cubs who watched their mother get hit by a car in June were released back into the wild Thursday.

01/29/2015

Lake Tahoe, California & Nevada (credit: Thinkstock)

Lake Tahoe Scientists Press For Research To Remove Invasive Fish

Scientists studying invasive species at Lake Tahoe are looking forward to a chance to press for more long-term research when Al Gore returns to an environmental summit next weekend.

08/11/2013

Bear cub  rescued in Truckee after it suffered a broken leg.

Truckee Police, Volunteers Rescue Injured Bear Cub

An injured bear cub is on the mend north of Lake Tahoe thanks to some help from local volunteers and police in Truckee.

07/20/2013