After more than 125 people fanned out across Southern California’s Inland Empire to participate in the last public bald eagle count of the season, a bald eagle in Big Bear laid a second egg at a nest where a live webcam is placed. It was laid at approximately 5:25 p.m. The first egg was laid on Wednesday, March 6. The incubation period for bald eagle eggs averages around … [Read more...] about Eagle Update: Second Egg Laid! Baby Eagle in Our Future?
San Bernardino National Forest
Snow Valley has been closed since Valentine's Day, when a storm dropped 9 inches of rain then 34 inches of snow which resulted in the undermining of a portion of Highway 18 between Snow Valley and Green Valley Lake. The opening of Highway 18 will also signal the reopening of Snow Valley which has been closed for over two weeks. And now the management and employees can also … [Read more...] about Highway 18 Now Open and Snow Valley to Reopen Saturday March 2nd
San Bernardino Mountains - KBHR, The City of Big Bear Lake and San Bernardino County reminds you to be safe and courteous when visiting the mountains. Mountain residents, public safety agencies and government service providers are bracing for the usual mass migration of snow lovers from all parts of Southern California while urging them to be courteous, be … [Read more...] about Be Safe – Be Courteous – Be Respectful and Have Fun in the Mountains
Big Bear, CA - As the winter storm season moves into Southern California, officials with San Bernardino National Forest are implementing prescribed burning projects across the San Bernardino and San Jacinto mountain ranges. Prescribed burning is an active forest management activity that helps restore ecological functions to the forest. Fire has a frequent natural role in some … [Read more...] about Winter Prescribed Burns
Big Bear, CA - Nexen Tire America Inc.'s N’Fera Club has adopted 13 off-roading trails in Big Bear. The Adopt-A-Trail volunteers contribute over 25,000 hours annually to maintain the trails in the San Bernardino National Forest. Volunteers help keep the trails clean and safe while also helping the Forest Service monitor for illegal activities and dangerous open fires as a part … [Read more...] about Nexen Tire America ‘Adopts’ 13 Big Bear Trails
Crestline, CA - On Saturday, June 16th, at approximately 9:00 am, detectives from the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station were conducting a search for a reported missing person. Detectives had recent information the missing person may have been camping in the forest near the 1000 block of Waterman Canyon Rd. in Crestline. Deputy Moyer and his K-9 partner Ellie were requested and … [Read more...] about K-9 Ellie Leads Rim of the World Search and Rescue Team to Location of a Missing Person