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.
The newest arrival at the Oakland Zoo was ready for her closeup Thursday.
A one-of-its-kind hyena research project at UC Berkeley has been forced to shut down, after funding for the program has been cut. For 30 years, the hyenas’ calls echoed through the Berkeley Hills.
A live-streaming camera will broadcast the release of four endangered California condors into the Big Sur wilderness.
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A solar-powered “condor cam” in the hills of Big Sur, on the Central California coast, allows the public to view North America’s largest birds in the wild from the comfort of home.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday for the Oakland Zoo’s new biodiversity center, which will serve as an education center, captive breeding facility, and place of conservation for endangered and threatened animals, plants and habitats.
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Three-year-old Simon has won approval from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums to breed, and two new females have been brought in to meet with him and hopefully mate, according to zoo officials.
“Eye on the Bay” goes to the zoo! Liam Mayclem goes behind the scenes with expert zookeepers at the Oakland Zoo where we will meet cotton-top tamarins, coatis, tortoises, pond turtles, camels and more. Join us as we discover the important steps the Oakland Zoo is taking towards conserving and caring for these fascinating animals.