Rare Wolverine Sighted In Sierra Could Be Same Animal Seen In 2008If the wolverine is the same animal first spotted in 2008, "Buddy" is estimated to be at least 9 years old.
Tahoe Wildlife Caretakers Raise 3 Bear Cubs Orphaned In YosemiteThe 5-month-old cubs, weighing less than 10 pounds each, are being cared for at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care. Their mother was killed on the Fourth of July.
San Francisco's Orphaned, Injured Wildlife Find Refuge With ResidentsIn San Francisco, trapped and injured critters often have no place to go. But one woman has created a safe haven for wildlife.
Black Bear Visits Vacaville Residential NeighborhoodA black bear paid a visit Friday morning to the North Alamo Drive neighborhood of Vacaville.
3 Baby Owls Rescued In Marin CountyPark rangers and volunteers recently rescued three great horned owlets from Marin County Parks preserves.
Bay Area Residents Mistakenly Trying To Rescue Young FawnsDeer are giving birth this time of year and people all over the Bay Area are finding young fawns in places they have never seen before.
Montana Tribe To Loan 20 Bison To Oakland Zoo After Major RelocationThe Blackfeet tribe will loan 20 bison to the Oakland Zoo in California for a special exhibit slated to open this fall.
Aggressive Wild Turkeys Breeding Like Bunnies Around The Bay AreaBay Area ecologists are concerned about an explosion in the wild turkey population, and say some are on the attack.
Sea Otter Births Pup In Monterey Aquarium Tide Pool As Onlookers WatchA wild sea otter that entered the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Great Tide Pool gave birth to a pup Saturday.
Biologists Kill 'Bully' Owls To Protect Spotted Owls In Northern California ForestsWIldlife biologists kill barred owls, which are known to bully the smaller northern spotted owl, an endangered Pacific Northwest native species.
Advanced, Networked Animal-Tracking Devices Reveal Wildlife SecretsScientists say the trove of information from ever smaller, tougher and more powerful tracking devices is leading to discoveries that could be used to make better wildlife and habitat management decisions.
Oil From Sunken Cargo Ship Threatening Wildlife In Monterey BayOil covering at least nine birds that have been rescued in the Monterey Bay area since late last year has been traced to a leaking cargo ship that sunk off the California coast more than 60 years ago.

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