Wildlife Protected

Lockers and canisters keep bears healthy and people safe.

Discovering a new species within Yosemite’s rockfall caves.

Rangers tracking Pacific fishers some of Yosemite’s rarest mammals

Camera study sheds light on Pacific fishers in Yosemite.

Data collected through bird banding in Yosemite is helping protect rare bird species.

Biologists study and protect Yosemite’s rare bird species

Yosemite Conservancy is reintroducing iconic Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep into the high country.

Protecting bighorn sheep for more than 20 years.

Saving threatened great gray owls in Yosemite.

One of California’s rarest and largest birds protected.

Motion-capture cameras help rangers track Yosemite’s rare Sierra Nevada red foxes

Scientists monitor the rare Sierra Nevada red fox

Real-time monitoring and mapping of bear movements reveals new information on Yosemite’s bears. credit Bob Roney

Tracking bears leads to better understanding and visitor safety

Peregrine falcons are back in Yosemite and nesting on El Capitan.

Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frogs are better protected, thanks to habitat conservation and new environmental DNA technology.

Protecting fragile amphibians from the edge of extinction