A case study in the unforeseen consequences of well-meaning attempts at wildlife conservation in the Pacific Northwest, so protective as to be counterproductive.
From miserable seals to motionless fish, California's Morro Bay Aquarium is utterly depressing.
Sealions and gulls and waves, oh my!
The ripples of climate change are being seen all around the world, but it’s not often they wash up on our very doorstep.
The declining sea lion population is an ominous sign of warming temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, which have been exacerbated by one of the most severe El Niño formations on record.
The New Chargers and Rams Stadium Promo Videos Are More Entertaining Than Watching the Chargers and Rams
Sea lions, mountains, oceans, luxury boxes, brewpubs, but not a lot of football in these videos. Probably a good thing since we're talking about the Chargers and Rams.
In this excerpt, VICE News witnesses the California Wildlife Center’s smallest and most frail sea lion pup as it learns how to eat a full fish.
Warmer ocean temperatures are disrupting the food chain that they rely upon, forcing mothers to swim farther away from their pups in search of food.