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Those who hunt with lead ammunition in California don't want to believe it's a foregone conclusion that a bill calling for a ban of all lead shot and bullets used by hunters will be approved by the State Legislature. But if one looks at the history
Three environmental groups have sued to block the Interior Department's plant to spur large-scale solar development on public lands across six western states. The lawsuit was filed in late February by the Desert Protective Council, long active in San
The Humane Society, Audubon California and other groups are behind a major push to make California the first state to ban lead ammunition for all types of hunting, setting the stage for a showdown with some hunters and adding another layer to the
We applaud 8minutenergy for its efforts to protect the burrowing owl, which relies heavily on the Imperial Valley for much of its remaining habitat," said Bill Corcoran, Western Regional Campaign Director for the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal
The refuge, established in 1945, is normally able to flood its 21 wetland tracts by early October. They provide food and shelter for millions of birds that migrate across the globe, using California's Central Valley as a vital stop along the Pacific
The shy grey bird hides and nests in shoreline rock crevices as deep as seven or eight feet and only emerges at dawn and dusk to avoid predators, mostly other birds. They fish in the ocean, "flitting like butterflys on the surface," according to Anna
But the dairy farmer who was growing the wheat as feed for his cows delayed long enough to save thousands of tricolored blackbirds, averting a wildlife disaster. He was one of four dairy farmers in the San Joaquin Valley who held off harvests this
Calif. (AP) — The rust-orange head of an American avocet darted back and forth watching for predators, its black-and-white feathered body plopped atop a nest of four speckled eggs that lay on an earthen levee in a California rice paddy.
Ukiah Daily Journal Audubon California praised sweeping new protections for marine areas from the Oregon border to Point Arena that were approved Wednesday by the California Fish and Game Commission as "a tremendous victory for birds and habitat." "
The Fish and Game Commission met with not only Mr. Chesbro but also people of the community willing to voice their arguments before a decision is made that will affect those that use the marine ecosystem. The California Marine Protection Act requires