The owners of Animal Farm saved a pigeon's life and he has decided he's going to stick around with them.
Berkeley has banned the sale of fur. Now it must continue to work until all animals are protected from harm.
Berkeley vendors can no longer sell new fur apparel following a council vote Tuesday designed "to promote community awareness of animal welfare."
A truly massive pigeon? No, a very healthy looking hawk was spotted by reader Rebecca Kidd in a park in the heart of Berkeley today.
The Berkeley City Council is set to consider a ban on the sale of fur within city limits. Passing the fur ban will solidify Berkeley’s place at the frontier of social justice.
The Berkeley-based Golden Gate Audubon Society is marking its 100th anniversary with a traveling exhibit on display at Tilden Park Environmental Education Center through the end of March.
Even so-called "humane" egg farms treat hens terribly.
Families are likely to flock to the Berkeley farm to check out the little piglets who arrived last week and come in a variety of colors.
The rodents are nesting on car engines, invading attics and moving into basements and crawl spaces, pushing exterminator bills to thousands of dollars.
A rare burrowing owl was found dead recently at Berkeley’s Cesar Chavez Park, raising some concern in the community.
Last November, Berkeleyside published an article about a spectacular natural phenomenon seen in Berkeley for the first time: hundreds of monarch butterflies were clustering in the trees of Aquatic Park.
Elaine Miller Bond will present her new book, 'Running Wild,' Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. at Books Inc. in North Berkeley.
Friday night, I entered Berkeley’s world-famous Chez Panisse with a bouquet of flowers. I looked to Chez Panisse as an example of fine dining at its best. The sights and aroma all created a seductive mood in the restaurant. I was there with the flowers for a reason you might not expect, though: to remember the animals Chez Panisse was serving that night with a flower for each plate.
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