A baby bear cub no bigger than a house cat showed up on the door of the BEAR League in Homewood, El Dorado County Thursday, and now wildlife rescuers are searching for any information about where she came from in hopes of reuniting her with her mother if she is still alive, and eventually returning her safely to the wild.
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State and wildlife officials have come up with a plan to move hatchery-raised salmon in tanker trucks down the Sacramento River if the river and its tributaries are too shallow because of the drought.
Wildlife advocates, a state senator and the mayor of Half Moon Bay gathered Sunday to celebrate a new law that protects mountain lions and cubs that pose no imminent threat.
A second family of barn owls has taken up a nest at a Burlingame hotel that has embraced its new role as a protector of wildlife.
San Francisco’s Pier 39 sea lions celebrate what the locals consider to be their anniversary this month and it’s hard to imagine they have been barking along the waterfront for more than two decades.
The town of Truckee has adopted new rules designed to prevent careless handling of trash and the critters that come with it.
A river otter dubbed Sutro Sam has been spotted splashing in a pool at the ruins of the Sutro Baths at Lands End, a marine mammal not seen in San Francisco since at least the early 1960s.
The return of salmon along Marsh Creek near Brentwood is giving hikers a sight not seen in more than 50 years and according to one expert, it’s not just a coincidence.
A naturalist who has spent years recording the sounds of nature in northern California says the loss of wildlife is startling.