Tiny Plastic Pellets Posing Environmental Hazard On Bay Area BeachesTiny plastic pellets are washing ashore on beaches across Bay Area coastlines in increasing numbers, creating a major hazard for sea life according to one group of concerned environmentalists.
Stranded Dolphin Calf Rescued From Elkhorn Slough EuthanizedVeterinarians late Saturday afternoon euthanized a stranded dolphin calf found in the Elkhorn Slough.
Whale Nearly Crushes Couple Kayaking In Monterey CountyA tranquil whale watching tour turns terrifying within moments.
More Than 100 Animals Abandoned In Squalid Conditions On Monterey County Lot; 5 DeadMore than 100 emaciated cows, goats, sheep, hens, ducks, pigs, dogs and cats were rescued from a squalid quarter-acre lot near Moss Landing on Monday, according to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for Monterey County.
One Million Pound PG&E Transformer Trucked From South Bay To Moss LandingA truck weighing in at nearly 1 million pounds snaked its way through the South Bay late Wednesday night, carrying a PG&E transformer.
Boat Owner Reportedly Shoots Female Sea Otter In Moss LandingFederal authorities are investigating a report that a Northern California boat owner shot a female sea otter.
Lack Of Rainfall A Life And Death Matter For Wildlife Creeping Into Backyards The state-wide drought is not just impacting humans. Wildlife Emergency Services in Moss Landing says they’re getting some out of the ordinary phone calls about wild animals venturing into urban areas in a desperate search for food and water.
Kayakers On Monterey Bay Encounter Massive Humpback WhalesA pod of 80,000 pound humpback whales got up close and personal with a group of kayakers on Monterey Bay last week.
Injured Gull Spotted In SF's Golden Gate Park AgainAn injured mew gull with a fishing lure caught in its beak was spotted at Golden Gate Park again Sunday, dashing hopes that it might have shaken the lure loose and recovered, wildlife rescuers said Sunday.
NorCal Researchers Enlist Public's Help To Track Massive SharksOne of the largest fishes in the world is becoming increasingly hard to find and researchers in Northern California have launched a project to track their numbers – a project that enlists the help of anyone with a camera.