This guy was right behind my back fence today around 12:30, then again at 4:30. If you are in the area of Ortega School, keep your pets inside and be alert, even in the daytime. He scurried away both times when I went toward him. (posted December 20 on NextDoor, Pacifica)
This stray gobbler was rescued while wandering loose in Pacifica traffic, and now the county humane society seeks a permanent adoptive home for the big bird. Click the red "News Story" link above for details.
Moss Beach dogwalker reports seeing a mountain lion this morning on Sierra between Pearl and Coral streets, strolling to the water tank.
Another sighting on the Coastside. Press release contains good advice about what to do if you encounter one of these beautiful big cats.
Three ailing harbor seal pups were stranded on, and rescued from, beaches in Pacifica and elsewhere, rehabilitated at the Marine Mammal Center, and released into the wild at Pebble Beach.
Matt Meyer is bicycling down the West Coast towing a replica rhino to raise funds and create awareness of rhinoceros poaching in southern Africa. Matt arrives soon here on the Coastside. Stay tuned.
Better Business Burro reports that NextDoor tweeters and tweakers in Pacifica are seeing the beginning of whale migrations offshore. Let the whalewatching begin!
There was a second sighting on Crespi Drive, November 15, and a third on November 30. Around 8 a.m., a resident observed a mountain lion in the roadway on Manzanita Drive near the intersection of Alicante Drive. The animal did not appear injured and was not aggressive. The animal ran away soon after it was spotted. Officers responded to the area but did not locate the animal.