Wild Bucks' Tennessee Slap Fight Caught On CameraA wildlife camera in Tennessee caught two white-tailed bucks slapping each other silly.
Flock Of Fowl Fouls Disneyland Visitors En MessDisneyland visitors got more adventure than they bargained for when a flock of geese let go in flight.
Two Mountain Lion Sightings Reported In San Carlos Saturday NightTwo mountain lion sightings on Saturday night in San Carlos were reported to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office.
Bear-Proof Garbage Bin Loans Available at South Lake TahoeA waste management authority in South Lake Tahoe has started offering homeowners loans to buy bear-proof garbage bins.
Star-Crossed Salmon Survive Oroville Spillway Erosion But SuffocateAn estimated 200,000 to 300,000 of the fish died Wednesday when a faulty wire caused a well pump to fail, leaving the fish without enough fresh water and oxygen.
'Butterfly Whisperer' Leads Rare Species' Comeback In San FranciscoA rare, native California butterfly is making a comeback in San Francisco. thanks to a dedicated biologist at the Academy of Sciences.
Entangled Whale Moving Up California CoastAn entangled gray whale is slowly making its way up the coast from Southern California, where it was first spotted a few days ago, and people in the Monterey Bay area are being asked to keep a lookout.
Threatened California Frog Found In Santa Monica MountainsRed-legged frogs hadn't been seen in the mountains since the 1970s.
Marine Mammal Officials Postpone Necropsy Planned For Whale Found In Oakland EstuaryThe necropsy will be performed on a remote beach on Angel Island and should help scientists figure out how the whale died.
Raccoon Trapped In Drainpipe Dies After Rescuers Dig Up Watsonville Parking LotA raccoon that was rescued from a Watsonville drainpipe Friday night after being stuck in it for almost a full day, died early Saturday morning.
Wild Turkeys Invade East Bay NeighborhoodWild turkeys have taken over a neighborhood in Antioch, blocking streets and gobble-gobbling up attention.
Wildlife Populations Drop By Half On Average Since 1970sGlobal wildlife populations have fallen an average of 58 percent from 1970 levels.