SAN JOSE, CA - JANUARY 28:  A pipe emerges from dried and cracked earth that used to be the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir  on January 28, 2014 in San Jose, California. Now in its third straight year of drought conditions, California is experiencing its driest year on record, dating back 119 years, and reservoirs throughout the state have low water levels. Santa Clara County reservoirs are at 3 percent of capacity or lower. California Gov. Jerry Brown officially declared a drought emergency to speed up assistance to local governments, streamline water transfers and potentially ease environmental protection requirements for dam releases.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Extreme Drought UPDATE!

05/11/2015

California’s record-breaking drought continues, and we all need to take action. For the first time in history, Governor Brown has ordered mandatory water reductions in cities and towns across [read more]
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Sounds of the Sea

05/06/2015

Sounds of the sea: Learn what makes the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Laysan albatross Makana such a special ocean ambassador. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Aquarium of the Air Podcast is produced [read more]
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Our Unintended Interactions with Wildlife

03/30/2015

Wildcare is an organization located in San Rafael, California. They are involved in advocacy and education and have an incredible animal hospital. While a local organization, their impact is being [read more]
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Jean-Michel Cousteau: Orcas

03/23/2015

“The ruler of the ocean,” orcas are one of the ocean’s most fascinating inhabitants. Found along California’s coast and within national marine sanctuaries, the largest species [read more]
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