New Life for Stalled Plan to Demolish 4 Dams on Northern California's Klamath RiverAn agreement announced Tuesday paves the way for the largest dam demolition in U.S. history, a project that promises to reopen hundreds of miles of waterway along the Oregon-California border to salmon that are critical to local tribes.
Nevada Dam Modified to Let Threatened Trout Migrate from Pyramid Lake Toward TahoeFederal officials are making fish-friendly modifications to a northern Nevada dam that has blocked native spawning grounds for a threatened trout species that once migrated 120 miles from a high-desert lake to the alpine waters of Lake Tahoe.
Wayward 100-Pound Black Bear Captured On UC Davis CampusState wildlife agents tranquilized a 100-pound black bear early Tuesday after it wandered onto the University of California-Davis campus.
Massive Wind Farm Project May Be Allowed To Kill Eagles Without Breaking LawThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to seek public comments on whether to allow what could be the biggest wind farm in the U.S. to kill a limited number of bald and golden eagles without breaking the law, the agency announced Wednesday.
Mountain Lion Captured In San Mateo Resident’s Backyard Sent Back Into The WildOfficials have tranquilized and captured a mountain lion that was cornered in a resident’s backyard in Downtown San Mateo on Monday.
Delta Sport Fish Have Highest Mercury Concentration In StateA new survey finds that sport fish from rivers and streams in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta have higher levels of mercury in their systems than fish taken from anywhere else in California.
Mendo. Marijuana Growers' Blunder Lands Them in Cuffs