After First Meeting Goes Off The Rails, California Again Weighs Some Freshwater Fishing BansCalifornia regulators will try again to convene an online public meeting to discuss a potential limited ban on freshwater fishing during the coronavirus pandemic after last week's teleconference was canceled when it became overwhelmed by hundreds of callers.
California Sees Rise In Distemper Cases Among WildlifeCalifornia authorities are warning pet owners of an unusually high number of canine distemper virus cases in wildlife populations statewide.
First California Mountain Lion Killed Under State's New Depredation LawA mountain lion was killed in the Santa Monica Mountains, becoming the first killed under the state's depredation law, a National Park Service news release said Monday.
$2.5K Reward Offered For Info In 2018 Killing Of Gray Wolf In Northern CaliforniaThe gray wolf is listed as endangered throughout portions of its habitat, including California, under the federal Endangered Species Act.
Trout Seized From Convicted Wildlife Poacher Fed To Bears At Tahoe Wildlife RescueSome hungry animals being rehabilitated at a Lake Tahoe area rescue got to chow down on a special treat thanks to California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Snake Fungal Disease Confirmed In California For 1st TimeSnake fungal disease has been confirmed in California for the first time.
Black Market Marijuana Bust At Nature PreserveWildlife officers arrested nearly a dozen people and seized three firearms along with 15,000 marijuana plants in a bust last month.
Large, Invasive Rodents, Nutria, Still A Problem In San Joaquin CountyDespite the state spending more money to get rid of nutria, the problem seems to be getting worse in San Joaquin County.
79 Tule Elk Moved By Helicopter In Stunning RelocationThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife performed the incredible mission over the past weekend, relocating Tule Elk using a helicopter. 
Get Your Rods And Bait Ready: Two Free Fishing Days Announced For July And SeptemberThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced two Free Fishing Days for this summer, on July 7 and Sept. 1. 
Fish And Wildlife: Lassen County Raptor Poaching Case 'Largest' In State HistoryAuthorities say they're investigating what they believe is the largest raptor poaching case in California history.