The Drought Could Harm Research At Farallon Islands

Without rainwater, Farallon Islands research station is unable to function.

Interview

From Shanghai to San Francisco Bay

April 24, 2014 by Beth Slatkin

The son of Russian immigrants living in post-war Shanghai, Igor Skaredoff moved to California with his parents at the age

 
Talk

Why Bay Nature?

April 22, 2014 by Bay Nature Staff

Publisher David Loeb had his Bay Nature epiphany while hiking in China Camp State Park. That’s when he conceived of

 
Birds

First Blue Heron Cam in California Set up at Stow Lake

April 18, 2014 by Autumn Sartain

A blue heron cam will be watching the majestic birds nest on Stow Lake this year to aid in research and public education.

 
 
Trailfinder

All new Trailfinder

Check out our 424 parks and 367 trails — with more trails listed every week! Find trails and parks great for views, wildflowers, birding, kids, and more.

  • Taylor Mountain Loop

    This is a hike on a park that’s open to the public as of Feb. 23, 2013. On a sunny day

  • Ponderosa Trail

    Henry Coe State Park is huge. I was able to hike around the Northwest section of the park. I went

  • Brooks Falls Loop Trail

    Hike by Dave Carroll, originally published in the January 2008 issue of Bay Nature magazine
    Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portola

  • Little Yosemite (Sunol Regional Wilderness)

     
    Hike by Matthew Bettelheim, originally published in the January 2007 issue of Bay Nature magazine

    Calling the Sunol Regional

 
 

First Person: Youth Engagement Award Winner Cheyanna Washburn

We first encountered Cheyanna Washburn in her role as an intern with the California Phenology Project at the John Muir

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Apr-Jun 2014

Where do you find nature? Bay Nature’s Spring 2014 issue celebrates the idea that nature’s where you look for it.

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  • Each week, BayNature.org features an individual, a public agency, a nonprofit, or a business in our local nature community.

     
     

    From Shanghai to San Francisco Bay

    April 24, 2014 by Beth Slatkin

    The son of Russian immigrants living in post-war Shanghai, Igor Skaredoff moved to California with his parents at the age ...
     
 
 
 

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