Thousands of goats who help reduce wildfire risk in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond are having to chew through thicker vegetation this spring.
Annie. Lou. Their three hungry hatchlings. Stay tuned to all the action atop the UC Berkeley Campanile via the Cal webcam.
He strikes a balance between the needs of animals and the public. Feeding is allowed; just don’t pet Jack Rabbit.
Lou is a “rock star,” both as a new mate for Annie and as a dad-to-be, Cal Falcons reports.
Annie’s new mate has been given a new name in a Cal Falcons contest. The bird will be named after a UC Berkeley alumna who was the partner of Annie’s namesake, the explorer and naturalist Annie Alexander.
Seven finalists have been chosen in a contest to name the new peregrine falcon at the top of UC Berkeley’s Campanile.
Shark and ray die-offs tend to happen after heavy rains, though experts aren’t sure exactly why.
Annie, the 9-year-old falcon atop UC Berkeley’s Campanile, lost her longtime mate Grinnell last year. His successor, Alden, is likely also gone. But plucky Annie’s found a third bird to love.
Writers share what they love about buffleheads, surf scoters and four other local avian species at risk from climate change in advance of the Berkeley Bird Festival on Oct. 16.
Questions swirl as carcasses rot at Lake Merritt, the Berkeley Marina and beyond. We talked to experts and explored 100 years of local fish-kills.
The city shelter has become so crowded that they’ve had to put cats in kennels meant for dogs.
Artists’ fascination with the raptors atop the UC Berkeley Campanile has led to paintings, drawings, digital art and a tattoo.