With more local sightings, we quizzed coyote expert Camilla Fox who believes if we can shift the way we view and treat coyotes, we can shift the way we view and treat all wildlife.
Over 320 people signed up for the 77th annual Oakland Christmas Bird Count which uncovered some species in Berkeley that are rare in the Bay Area.
In the past few months, hikers and walkers have spotted mountain lions three times. Often the animals are hunting for some of their favorite foods, which include turkeys and deer.
A mountain lion was seen in Berkeley on Wednesday not far from UC Berkeley, campus police have announced.
Fledgling peregrine falcon Lux, one of two chicks born on UC Berkeley’s Campanile in May, died Tuesday after flying into a window on the 10th floor of Evans Hall on campus.
'Fledglings fly well, but land badly,' warns a raptor nest monitor. So the Campanile peregrine chicks will have an army of volunteers on fledgewatch.
Peregrine falcons are the fastest animal in the world. They were also once nearly extinct. Meet the Cal Campanile’s first-known peregrine falcon family.
The owners of Animal Farm saved a pigeon's life and he has decided he's going to stick around with them.
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 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.