Acclaimed Inverness-based wildlife photographer Daniel Dietrich is raising awareness around the shifty practice of owl baiting in the quest for the perfect shot.
Eighteen months after a fire, what to look for on Mount Diablo
San Francisco gardeners should take heart. There’s enough native bees around to do your pollinating.
The idea of recording as many mammals as you can see in 24 hours hasn’t caught on the way the birding big day has. But when a team of longtime biologists set out into the field, their efforts netted them some important new information about Northern California’s wild mammals — and a new North American record.
Oxalis provides a delightful burst of yellow color in the spring. Also, it’s eating the entire Bay Area alive.
Table of Contents
A Voice for Native Plants Turns 50 by Alison Hawkes
Bay Buffet: The Spawn of the Pacific Herring by Eric Simons
Nowhere to Go But Up by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto
From the Bottom Up at Mountain Lake by Dhyana Levey
Rancho Corral de Tierra: A Sea to Summit Trek on the San Mateo Coast by Victoria Schlesinger
Bayview: Eye-Opening “Functional Beauty” by David Loeb
Bay Nature In-Depth:
- A Landscape Shaped By Fear
- Stalking the Elusive, Scientists Carry On Bowerman's Mount Diablo Legacy
- Wild Pigs, Increasing in Numbers on Mount Diablo, Expand Into New Turf