They’re a non-profit animal sanctuary with the mission of rehabilitating and releasing local wildlife. But now the Wildlife Care Association may be forced to euthanize the same animals they’ve rescued.
X-rays showed the duck had a broken spine, but also something else—an egg ready to be laid. Unfortunately, the mama was hurt too badly to make it, but vets removed the egg and hoped for the best.
In the steel rafters of the old Bay Bridge, a flock of fowl you may never have noticed has built its home; but those homes will have to come down as the old section of roadway is replaced.
Studies show that having pets in the workplace can be a win-win for both employees and for the company for which they work.
A Southwest Airlines flight has landed safely after hitting a bird at Sacramento International Airport.
The little black birds are everywhere at a Natomas shopping center and they are leaving their mark.
The signs are everywhere that a Sacramento County apartment complex is going to the birds.
We live under the Great Pacific Flyway. Over 250 species of birds migrate from winter havens in South and Central America en route to summers in Alaska. Other feathered residents live here year-round.
Sacramentans will be able to keep their chickens.
A San Joaquin County repaving project could be stopped before it begins if a protected hawk is found to be living near the road.
California consumers are shelling out money every month for research that’s generating plenty of controversy at the State Capitol. Electric utility customers across the state are in fact paying for something that’s in the air – a monthly surcharge that’s going to the birds, literally.