Watch's Berkeleyside's "Facebook Live" where our readers posed questions to two falcon experts who run the Cal Falcons Facebook page.
As a city got ready to welcome peregrine falcon chicks to the top of the Campanile tower (two arrived Wednesday!), Berkeleyside chatted with two experts about these mesmerizing birds of prey.
More than 60 steelhead trout were killed in Berkeley's Codornices Creek recently, likely as a result of 20 gallons of foam retardant used to extinguish a garbage truck fire in early April, authorities report.
One community member surveyed the area from Eighth Street to San Pablo Avenue "and photographed around 60+ dead fish" after firefighters had to use foam to put out a garbage truck fire on Rose Street on Wednesday.
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.
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.
There was excitement at the Berkeley park as the last time one of the cute owls was seen there was in March 2017.
Wild turkeys are a staple of the city, as common as bikers and street vendors. But this year seems to have brought a particularly high number of the giant birds to town.
A lab employee saw the feline Wednesday around 7 p.m.
Coyotes are naturally timid but when they venture into urban settings they can worry local residents. Experts share insights on the dog-like wild animal.
A mountain lion ventured onto UC Berkeley's Clark Kerr Campus early Monday morning, authorities report.
The new Heyday book, by Berkeley native Oliver James, is part field guide, part coffee-table topper and part political call to action.