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On Common Ground: ‘He was one of the lucky ones’

January 24, 2017 by Dr. Duane Tom, DVM Director of Animal Care, California Wildlife Center Opinion, Contributing Columnists

Red-tailed hawks are the hawks you most commonly see in the Malibu area, soaring high in the sky during the mornings as the air warms up. Their call is also the one almost always used by the entertainment industry as the loud,...

On Common Ground: How to aid disoriented, ill sea lions

by Mike Remski, Marine Mammal Program Manager, California Wildlife Center Opinion, Contributing Columnists

If you’ve visited the Malibu shoreline this April, it’s likely that you have encountered a large California sea lion at the water’s edge. 

And if you’ve watched this animal staring into the sky, or laying in the shore...

300 words for the No. 1 woman in your life

by Lauren Coughlin, Editor Opinion, From the Editor

Every year, countless children and adults across the face of this earth seek the perfect way to tell their mom just how much she means to them. 

After all these years, finding the perfect Mother’s Day gift is still a...

Letters to the Editor: Offended by fracking plans

Opinion, Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,

Our Chumash people have thrived on this beautiful and biologically rich coastline for more than 15,000 years. The outrageous proposal to extract more offshore oil by injecting high-pressure water and toxic...