U.S. Senate Passes Bill Making It Easier to Kill Sea LionsSupporters say the bill will give wildlife managers greater flexibility in controlling California sea lions that dramatically increased from about 30,000 in the 1960s to about 300,000 under the 1972 Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Sea Lions With Gunshot Wounds Found Dead Near SeattleSince September, six sea lions have died from gunshot wounds in near Seattle and another seven are suspected to have died from "acute trauma" caused by humans.
6 Arrested In Wildlife-Ravaged Paradise On Various ChargesSix people have been arrested over the last 48 hours on drugs, weapons, looting and possession of stolen property charges in the Camp Fire devastated town of Paradise, according to the Butte County Sheriff's Department.
Boogie Boarder Dies After Shark Attack Off Cape CodA man boogie boarding off a Cape Cod beach was attacked by a shark on Saturday and later died, becoming the state's first shark attack fatality in more than 80 years.
Some Marin Residents Want To Curb Coyote PopulationFolks in Marin are demanding that something be done about the coyote population in the North Bay.
Deputy Shoots into Car to Free Trapped Bear in South Lake TahoeDashcam video captured by El Dorado County sheriff's deputies shows an officer firing a round of non-lethal bean bags into a car's rear window to free a bear that had become trapped inside.
Young Great White Sharks Flock To Northern California WatersWhile the sight of a great white shark swimming in the waters off Northern California's beaches terrifies most people, it merely piques Sean Van Sommeran's curiosity.
Rescue Group Releases 7 Rehabilitated Pelicans in SausalitoSeven young brown pelicans have been released into the wild on a North Bay beach after spending weeks at an aviary recovering from malnutrition.
Baby Moose 'Adopts' Family And Their DogA week-old baby moose abandoned by its mother is warming hearts on social media after she "adopted" a new family that stepped in to help.
Bear Goes On Early Morning Romp In HealdsburgA black bear took a lazy, early morning stroll around the streets of Healdsburg Friday before finding its way to more familiar stomping grounds.
Sea Otters Struggle to Regain Historic Range on West CoastWildlife experts up and down the West Coast are struggling to figure out how to restore southern sea otters to an undersea world that's falling apart in their absence.
Caltrans Set To Build Tunnel For Wildlife Under Highway 17The tunnel would be built at the infamous Laurel Curve, which is not just dangerous for drivers, but is downright deadly for wildlife.
Mysterious Crash Landings By Pelicans In San FranciscoAnimal welfare officials were treating two Pelicans Friday after they were recovered from the streets of San Francisco.
Rattlesnake Warning Issued by East Bay Regional Park DistrictOfficials are warning residents in the East Bay about rattlesnakes following two recent bites.
Last Caribou Herd On U.S. Mainland 'Functionally Extinct', Experts SayThe last herd of southern mountain caribou -- known as gray ghosts -- has reportedly dwindled down to the point where wildlife experts are calling them "functionally extinct"