Several of Berkeley's most beloved backyard birds are at risk from the climate crisis, according to a new report from the National Audubon Society.
In the final episode of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series we talk to experts about the impressive but endangered steelhead trout.
In the fourth of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the only owl that nests underground — the super-cute, but threatened burrowing owl.
In the third of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we talk to experts about urban bees which are threatened by the use of chemicals, loss of habitat and the climate crisis.
In the second of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the salt marsh harvest mouse which lives on our shoreline, and has been on the endangered species list since 1970.
In the first of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the western pond turtles. Although these beloved creatures seem to be doing well, appearances can be deceptive.
The mountain lion sighting occurred on July 17 at 9 a.m. on the Upper Fire Trail near Skyline Ridge.
Mark Berger was walking his standard poodle, Niko, in the Berkeley Hills on Monday night when a high-pitched animal call took them by surprise. He has shared his audio recording of the encounter with Berkeleyside.
A coalition of students and residents is creating quite a buzz for more bee-friendly habitat in Berkeley.
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.