A petition, an oil boom and a Douglas fir

by on December 17, 2012

A yellow-rumped warbler at Ocean Beach. Photo by David Cruz/Natures Lantern. A yellow-rumped warbler at Ocean Beach. Photo by David Cruz/Natures Lantern.

  • Wild Emergency Services, an animal aid group, has started a petition to change way California Fish & Game deals with mountain lions in public places after Half Moon Bay cougar cub shooting. [San Francisco Examiner]
  •  As state prepares for new oil boom, California is drafting its first regulations around oil and gas fracking. [KQED Quest]
  • What environmental laws will protect California from oil and gas fracking? [KQED Quest]
  • Centerpiece of new Exploratorium will be 250-yr-old Douglas fir blown down in West Marin a decade ago. [Marin Independent Journal]
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