Native Turtles To Be Released Saturday In San Francisco's Mountain LakeNative Western pond turtles will be released into San Francisco's Mountain Lake Saturday afternoon as part of a species restoration effort by Sonoma State University biologists and the Oakland and San Francisco zoos.
15 Things To Do In The Bay AreaSee Macy Gray at Yoshi's, check out the Salsa Festival in the Fillmore or sing your heart out to Prince and Michael Jackson for Karaoke Night! Just some of the things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Baby Baboons Born At Oakland Zoo, Baboon 'Troop' BoomingBaboons are booming at the Oakland Zoo, but one still needs a name.
Amazon Tree Boas Smuggled Into U.S. From South America Find Home At Oakland ZooThree Amazon tree boas that were illegally transported from South America to Florida have found a new home at the Oakland Zoo.
Christmas Comes To The Oakland Zoo In JanuaryZookeepers in Oakland used leftover Christmas trees as special seasonal treats for otters, giraffes, elephants and meerkats Thursday - hiding special foods or scents for each animal in the foliage.
Oakland City Council Gives Green Light To Controversial Zoo Expansion PlanConservationists argued the Zoo is trying to build on some of the most sensitive parts of Knowland Park.
Best 2014 Halloween Events For Kids In The East BayFinding kid-friendly Halloween events can prove to be a challenging experience. Here is a list of five East Bay Halloween events that are perfect for younger children.
Oakland Zoo Auctioning Off Paintings By Animals To Support Wildlife ConservationOakland has been gaining national headlines in recent years for the rebirth of its art, culture and restaurant scene. But the work of some the city's most popular residents can still be purchased for a few hundred bucks.
Twin Giraffes Born At San Francisco Zoo, Only One Survives Twin male giraffe calves were born at the San Francisco Zoo Tuesday, but according to zoo officials only one survived.
Best Petting Zoos In The Bay AreaBay Area little city slickers can still get up close and personal with friendly farm animals like goats, sheep, chickens, bunnies and donkeys, thanks to the region’s many petting zoos open year round.
Oakland Zookeepers Pair Up Rare Blue-Eyed Lemurs For BreedingZookeepers are playing matchmaker in Oakland, where current lemur resident Anthony met Dern for the first time.
Lead-Poisoned Condor Returns Home After 3 Week’s Recovery At Oakland Zoo Ventana, a lead-poisoned condor, that spent three weeks recovering at a new facility at Oakland's Zoo was released back into the wild as a healthy bird at her home in Pinnacles National Park.