Wildlife Populations Drop By Half On Average Since 1970sGlobal wildlife populations have fallen an average of 58 percent from 1970 levels.
Back-Scratching Bear Caught On Wildlife Camera In WashingtonA bear was caught on a wildlife camera getting one last back-scratching session in while getting ready for hibernation in Washington.
Major Stretch Of San Joaquin River To Flow Year-Round In Effort To Restore SalmonThe milestone is expected by the end of the month, when a 150-mile stretch of the river begins flowing year-round for the first time in more than 60 years.
Concord Police Officer Helps Rescue Injured Red-Tailed HawkAn officer helped rescue an injured red-tailed hawk Thursday in Concord after a resident noticed the bird was unable to fly.
Regulators Propose Cutting Delta Water Flow To Farms To Protect FishThe proposal calls for leaving 40 percent of normal flow in the San Joaquin river system to help native fish survive spawning.
Mange-Stricken Coyote Hit By Car In Danville, Ending SearchA coyote suffering from mange that prompted a search for the animal was hit and killed by a car in Danville, wildlife officials said.
Rule-Breakers Put National Park Visitors, Wildlife At RiskPhoto-snapping visitors routinely break the rules, getting too close to elk, grizzly bears, wolves and bison.
California Fish and Game Commision Adds Spotted Owl To Endangered Species ListThe state's Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously on Friday to add the threatened bird to the list.
Pleasanton Firefighters Rescue Trapped FawnFirefighters in Pleasanton on Friday were able to help release a fawn trapped in an iron fence.
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.

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