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  • A gruesome secret hides in the waters off the California coast : mile-long nets that sit in the ocean like invisible ...
  • 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 ...
  • It's no secret that wild things live in California's cities, but our non-human neighbors will reflect the landscape ... seven mammals listed as denizens of the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Area . Costa's hummingbird, to whose deserty haunts birders travel ...
  • ... from these same places even if their ancestral tenure goes back thousands of years. 5 In White’s and his colleagues’ view, the ... about all of the commotion that had sparked international news coverage. [scald=85763:kl_image_original_context ...
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has closed rivers and creeks ... swimming downstream to freshwater lakes and then back into cold trout streams to spawn. Steelhead may be in a slightly ...
  • ... how drones can actually help us learn about and appreciate California's wildlife . [scald=52192:kl_image_original_context ... times before getting to this sentence. Meanwhile, back on land, veteran desert tortoise biologist Tim Shields gave a talk at ...
  • ... the State of California takes action, and that's bad news for wildlife . To understand why, we have to talk about the formation ... northeast of present-day Yuma, the Colorado sprayed back and forth across the landscape like a slow-motion firehose, blocking its ...
  • California 's Fish and Game Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to consider ... not about sport or fair-chase," said Camilla Fox, whose wildlife group Project Coyote proposed the ban to the Commission on Wednesday. " Wildlife killing contests are conducted for profit, entertainment, prizes ...
  • ... Mountain, butterflies went head-to-head with bulldozers. Forty years later the battle still rages. ... its way from the icy northern seas to the Antarctic (and back again), a round trip of nearly 45,000 miles; or the Gray whale, which ... put on hold in June 1976, following the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 's announcement that the Mission Blue and San Bruno Elfin ...
  • ... tribe that lives along the Klamath River in Northern California is collaborating with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to restore California condors to the North Coast . ...

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