Break out the cigars for the Santa Monica Mountains: they are now home to three brand new bouncing baby mountain lions. The babies, dubbed P-32, P-33, and P-34, were born a few weeks ago to proud mama P-19.
A bill now on the floor of the U.S. Senate would exempt the Navy from environmental laws protecting California's sea otter population, and environmental activists are urging the language be stripped from the bill.
DNA tests performed on a mountain lion that was struck and killed on Route 101 near Agoura Hills underscore the threat the highway poses to the survival of the big cats in the Santa Monica Mountains, according to the National Park Service.
Endangered species news hardly ever comes with happy endings. But on a popular tourist island off the California coast, a frankly endearing wildlife species has come back from the verge of extinction in the last decade, with a little help from its friends.
Wildlife biologists will be putting radio collars on the Mojave National Preserve's bighorn sheep in early November to try and learn more about an outbreak of pneumonia that has killed more than a hundred animals.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is in the process of determining whether to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list. What would delisting mean for OR-7, and for other wolves who might decide to move to California?
Our flying mammal cousins are a traditional spooky accessory to Hallowe'en celebrations, but California's wildlife agency wants us to remember that bats have far more to fear from us than we do from them.
Someone illegally killed three of the majestic tule elk near Los Banos in late September, and a state deer hunting group is stamping mad about it. The California Deer Association has offered a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the miscreants.
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