Posts Categorized: California

black-footed ferret, © Kylie Paul

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Gray Wolves Love California… That’s Why They’ve Come Home; 20 Year Old DNA Gives Much Needed Genetic Diversity to Endangered Ferrets; Mountain Lion’s Death in Southern California Underscores Need for More Highway Wildlife Crossings; Polar Bears and Oil Spills; Help Ensure Elephants Are Fully Protected in the U.S

Sea Otter, ©Julie Chen

Wildlife Weekly Wrap-Up »

Toxic Mining Spill in the Animas River: Winning Week for Threatened California Sea Otters: Protecting manatees at Three Sisters Springs: Things may be looking up for sharks: AZGFD Meeting

Sea Otter, © Roy Toft / National Geographic Stock

Californians Unite to Restore Southern Sea Otters »

Californians love sea otters so much that they’ve been able to crowd fund sea otter recovery efforts. This is not only because sea otters are adorable, but also because they provide cultural value to our coastal communities, and support the overall health of the central coast’s nearshore marine ecosystems.