CALIFORNIA – Creatures big and small, in California, we all love them. All of the Golden State animals have recently made headlines, and Patch has hosted some of the most beautiful and interesting stories.
The San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park welcomed a southern Tamandua cub, a southern white rhino. Bal salt eagle և sea lions recovered և released. Firefighters pulled the dog out of the cliff, and police rescued the cubs trapped in a hot car. And one of the oldest southern sea otters on display in the world celebrated its 22nd anniversary.
Some of the stories below will make you laugh, while others may make you cry. It will make you happier.
The newborn rhino was first born to Jiang Gregory’s mother, Jiang’s father.
The bear cubs were brought to the San Diego Humanitarian Society after becoming very close to the people of the Tulare area.
San Diego Humanitarian Aid workers rescued a wand and his companion from the home of an evacuated South Lake Tahoe.
The San Diego Humanitarian Society has released a restored bald eagle into the wild.
Two recovered sea lions were released into the ocean with the help of the Terranea Resort, a mammal care center.
Following the mountain lion attack, community members commemorate a mother who rescued her son by arguing over wildlife ethics.
Volunteer snake hunters save cattle in their community by answering calls before reaching the fire service.
Someone reported a great white shark 400 meters from SoCal Beach.
Older dog owners could be accused of animal cruelty, but animal cooperation was achieved.
The hungry animal had no chance until the equestrian community came to his aid.
After the animal was killed on the road near the Sand-Snow National Monument, the trust gained ground to build a wildlife crossing.
Prior to their release, it was estimated that less than 100 yellow-legged adult frogs remained in the wild.
The animal starved to death and had to be euthanized. The case is being investigated as cruelty to animals.
Animal control revealed that the small dog was convulsing on the side of the road, with its body rotating in all directions.
Nearly a hundred people were carrying water to replenish the drinking water supply of the national coastal kittens of Point Reyes.
The resident called the local animal shelter, saying that the ducklings were left under the scratch of the storm.
Firefighters took the dog to a veterinarian, who returned it to his family after a chip scan.
Firefighters used a ropeway to lower the dog about 250 yards to the beach.
The dogs were rescued on Thursday when the temperature in Pleasanton exceeded 100 degrees.
Blame it on the epidemic. Police say the coyotes are used to following in the footsteps of an empty university.
Rosa, unable to return to the ocean, is one of the most famous southern sea otters on display. Learn more about his “ugly wonderful” work.