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  • June 30, 2023
when bears collide; tahoebears.org

Drivers beware! Throughout the year, the Lake Tahoe Basin experiences fluctuations in the number of visitors and vehicle traffic. The winter ski and summer recreation seasons bring more vehicles to the Basin, which increases the risk of bears being struck by vehicles. Bear-vehicle collisions pose a risk to bears, people and property.

Categories: Bears, Human Wildlife Conflict, Public Safety, Urban Wildlife, Wildlife Health
  • June 14, 2023
image of both CDFW and National Park Service logos

CDFW and National Park Service (NPS) reviewed the final postmortem examination and lab tests from P-22, the beloved mountain lion from Griffith Park.

Categories: Human Wildlife Conflict, Species, Urban Wildlife, Wildlife, Wildlife Health
  • May 31, 2023
A Lassen Pack pup roams Siskiyou County.

CDFW is pleased to announce the expansion of its Wolf-Livestock Compensation Pilot Program.

Categories: Human Wildlife Conflict, Wolves
  • May 17, 2023
A herd of Roosevelt elk grazing along a North Coast. field

CDFW will hold two public, in-person meetings on May 22 and 23, 2023, in Humboldt and Del Norte counties, respectively, to provide information and receive input regarding elk management within the North Coast Roosevelt Elk Management Unit.

Categories: Big Game, Human Wildlife Conflict, Hunting, Wildlife
  • March 29, 2023
A black bear with an ear tag  climbs a tree in the Lake Tahoe Basin.

The snow will be melting soon in the Lake Tahoe region and a heavy winter will give way to a busy spring for wildlife in the area. Bears that have been in winter dens will be emerging soon and they will be hungry!

Categories: Bears, Human Wildlife Conflict

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