Stanford University paleoecologist Elizabeth Hadly, an advisor to Governor Jerry Brown and the new faculty director of the Jasper Ridge Ecological Reserve, looks into the deep past to unlock the future.
Bay Nature publisher David Loeb reflects on what makes America truly great.
There are 33,000 creosote-treated pilings in the Bay leaching toxins that harm herring.
Bay Nature Institute announces its 4 Local Hero Award winners for 2017.
A Ghost Bird Visits Santa Cruz
A leucistic hummingbird spent the summer at the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum.
Conservation in Action
People Keep Condors Flying in the Pinnacles
Volunteers track the condor recovery in the Pinnacles
- Naturalist's Notebook -
AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO WATCHING FOR HUMPBACK WHALES
by John Muir Laws
- Opening Shot -
A GHOST BIRD VISITS SANTA CRUZ
by Sally Rae Kimmel
- Ask the Naturalist -
ARE BAY AREA BATS THREATENED WITH WHITE NOSE SYNDROME?
by Michael Ellis
- Signs of the Season -
A TASTE OF BAY LAUREL
Going Nuts for the Fruits of a California Native
by Ali Budner
- First Person -
STANFORD PALEOECOLOGIST ELIZABETH HADLY TAKES ON THE FUTURE
by Mary Ellen Hannibal
- Conservation in Action -
PEOPLE KEEP CONDORS FLYING IN THE PINNACLES
by Alison Hawkes