Peregrine falcons have nested on the Campanile for three years running, and this year, thanks to a live webcam and social media, people from around the world watched falcon chicks hatch and learn to fly.
We checked in with EBRPD naturalist Ashley Adams to get the lowdown on how to deal with these potentially dangerous creatures.
After months of being glued to every move made by a family of peregrine falcons on the UC Berkeley campus, the two chicks that hatched in April have fledged.
Inspired by an English grandmother who cleaned up 52 beaches in 2018, Elsa Tranter has embarked on a mission to make Bay Area beaches better at a rate of one beach a week.
Working under cerulean skies with a fresh westerly breeze, six volunteers spent part of Memorial Day bringing the Peace Symbol in Cesar Chavez Park back to life.
Watch's Berkeleyside's "Facebook Live" where our readers posed questions to two falcon experts who run the Cal Falcons Facebook page.
Our readers have deeply personal, even possessive, feelings towards their favorite trees. They find meaning in their growth, notice how they change with the seasons and mourn their passing when they die.
To celebrate this coming Earth Day on April 22, Berkeleyside is looking for submissions from our readers about their favorite Berkeley trees.
All the activities of two falcons that have made Cal their temporary home for the second year, including the eventual hatching of their eggs, can be watched live via two webcams.
The burrowing owls that make Cesar Chavez Park their winter home are bringing together dog owners and bird fans to enforce leash laws to protect the rare birds.
Two large trees collapsed overnight in North Berkeley during Tuesday's storm. There were no reported injuries. See dramatic photos shared by readers.
A pair that raised its young atop Berkeley’s bell tower for the past two years, and is expected to have chicks again soon, can now be observed 24/7 by anyone in the world.