Phyllis Faber: Bold Ideas, Enduring Legacy
Veteran environmental activist, writer, editor, publisher, educator, and coastal wetlands scientist Phyllis Faber has made countless contributions to the Bay Area environmental movement.
Conservation in Action
Come on a Safari With Me
Plant safaris aim to produce the first-ever complete catalog of the more than 950 plant species botanists believe grow on 18,000 acres of Mount Tamalpais
A San Francisco reader wonders about the bright orange-red butterfly he recently spotted in his backyard.
Marine ecologists have long been alarmed at the potentially dangerous summertime growth of the single-celled algae Pseudo-nitzschia — but there are still significant blind spots in our knowledge and research funding has been scarce.
Perched atop the windward western side of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Russian Ridge offers spellbinding views and a grove of monumental, centuries-old oaks.
Signs of the Season
A Festival of Cranes
Riding the autumn winds, the sandhill cranes are returning to the California Delta.
- First Person -
Bold Ideas, Enduring Legacy
by David Kupfer
- Conservation in Action -
COME ON A SAFARI WITH ME
by Mary Catherine O'Connor
- Signs of the Season -
A FESTIVAL OF CRANES
by Joe Eaton
- On the Trail -
A MIDPENINSULA OPEN SPACE FOR THE AGES
Among the Ancient Oaks on Russian Ridge
by Kathleen M. Wong
- Ask the Naturalist -
DO RATTLESNAKES MIGRATE?
by Michael Ellis
- Bayview -
OF VOLCANOES, HEADLANDS, AND MOUNTAINS
by David Loeb
Bay Nature In-Depth:
- From Scorched Earth to Its a Jungle
- A Landscape Shaped By Fear
- Stalking the Elusive, Scientists Carry On Bowerman's Mount Diablo Legacy