The SPCA of Monterey County’s Eleventh Annual Pet Telethon will air live from their Salinas shelter this Saturday on KION-TV 46.
A local marine biologist gives some background on the massive visitors to a beach adjacent to Hopkins Marine Station.
A call was made to Monterey County Animal Services by an anonymous good Samaritan who noticed a large number of rabbits huddling or aimlessly wandering about in a field off of Lapiz Road, near the Marina dump on January 8th.
Frisbees and flying canines are just the beginning of an improbable rescue story that ended in national recognition for local dog-trainer Jonathan Offi and pitbulls everywhere.
Large numbers of porpoise corpses have been washing up along the San Francisco Bay, and biologists claim that bottle-nose dolphins are to blame.
Pacific Gas & Electric recently finished a $4.2 million project undergrounding Big Sur power lines that have electrocuted three of the endangered birds. The project improved the rugged view, and gave condors a safer flight path. Here's a CBS video on PG&E's work, featuring Ventana Wildlife Society:
If you were looking for more evidence of apocalyptic doom in the early days of 2012, listen for a buzzing noise. San Francisco biologists published findings Jan. 3 revealing that more than three quarters of honey bee hives sampled in the San Francisco Bay area tested positive for a deadly ...
Kit, the abandoned southern sea otter pup that was found in Morro Bay, is back on display at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.