Wilderness maintenance has always been a challenge, but cleanup efforts are under way in some of the most popular areas
Three-year effort, completed without the use of a toxicant, was necessary to protect other species on the isle off Ventura County
Reduced funding, limited staffing and several lawsuits have contributed to a backlog of work for the Los Padres National Forest
Webcam monitors four pairs nesting on Santa Cruz Island, and Anacapa Island hosts its first nest in more than 60 years
As luck would have it, it was a swell day for a solo paddle adventure from Santa Rosa Island to Santa Cruz Island to Carpinteria
From Passport to Santa Barbara, walks and lake cruises, there are many ways to explore the area
After near-extinction, 100 of the birds — of all ages — are now soaring in the wild, conservation officials say
Despite efforts to deter them, thousands travel south of Point Conception — at their own peril
National Park Service efforts are having an effect on vital breeding grounds
Backpackers and day-hikers can enjoy recent work by the California Conservation Corps
Tuesday evening run-and-ocean swim contests also feature bands, barbecue and fun
Eaglets hatched over Easter weekend are among eight active pairs being followed on Channel Islands
Park superintendent says commitment to resource restoration remains focus for archipelago
After 40 years on the Endangered Species List, the seabirds were recently delisted as their numbers reached historic levels
Experience the richness of the Santa Ynez Valley on horseback, followed by wine tasting and a meal
Santa Barbara's original run- and ocean-swim event lures a 'mini-community' of loyal participants
Hollister Ranch roots run true and deep, even as club's territory and reputation expand
15 years after first trip, a visitor finds a warm reception amid an eerie emptiness
Noozhawk's newest partnership hits the water just in time for some monster waves
Salivating surfers clog local beaches to ride big south swell
The weekly series, founded by three local athletes, has runners and swimmers racing to East Beach
Up for a real challenge? Take a crack at these crafty creatures with an unorthodox tool
Help kick off school's 10th anniversary with clinics and beach parties
There are reports of such a shift occurring in Southern California foothill habitats
Best places to practice sport shooting can be found at a local sheriff's department office
Discretion is the better part of valor so it's probably best to report the incident and let authorities deal with it
The opportunities are more plentiful than you think, and are available in many parts of California
You may be hooked on fishing, but your prey may see it a different way
An improvised safe-release device tackles a surface problem and reduces the opportunity for "floaters"
The Fred Hall sportfishing industry trade show is an angler's onshore paradise.
With the region's population stabilized and the lanky big birds again gracing the shoreline, the state declares a measured victory.
There's no limit on what you can catch but be mindful about what you actually can eat.
Before new offshore energy development gets the nod, fishermen are angling for a change to CAST.
The size doesn't matter; it's the chance to salute your prey and get your fish story straight that's key.
Despite efforts to control their access to baby trout, the advantages are for the birds.
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