Saturday, November 18 , 2017, 7:07 am | Fair 50º

 
 
 
 
Radio collars are designed to help researchers understand a wild animal’s movements in a natural setting.
Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: Purpose and Frequencies of Tracking Collars?

Jig's not up for taking squid with squid jigs
Outdoors

Captain’s Log: Monarch Butterfly Season

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: Leonid Meteor Shower to Shoot Off Display of Falling Stars

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: Hunting Near Outhouse at Trailhead

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: Local Charter Boat Has Encounter With 12-foot Great White Shark

Outdoors

Hang Out Gone Fishin’ Sign Over Holiday Weekend

Outdoors

Dennis Mammana: Exploring the Mysterious Case of Epsilon Aurigae

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: Incidental Take While Spear Fishing?

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: A Killer Whale Story

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: Happy Halloween! But Beware of the Demon Star

Outdoors

Dan McCaslin: Basking in the Rustic Splendor of Upper Sisquoc River Camps

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: Can Javelina be Hunted in California?

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: Going Way Too Far to Catch Fish

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: The Sky’s the Limit for Cosmic Soap Opera Plots

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: California’s Newly Enhanced Trophy Hunting Laws

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: Santa Barbara Channel’s Oil Patch — Is it a Spill or Seepage?

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: By George, Here’s How You Can Find the 6th Planet

Local News

Ray Ford: Perspectives from the Fire Scene in Santa Rosa

Outdoors

Outdoors Q & A: What Are Abalone Regs for 2017?

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: Wave of Outdoor Activity Surges Since NFL Flag Flap

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: Are We Alone in This Universe?

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: Why the Late Start Time for Lobster Opener?

Outdoors

Captain’s Log: The Case for Wild Fish Dinners — or Lunch or Breakfast

Astronomy

Dennis Mammana: A Backyard Time Machine Is Right Before Our Eyes

Outdoors

Outdoors Q&A: How to Apply to Become a Warden Cadet?

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