Enjoy the start of this week’s “atmospheric river” with a little nature news:
- Largest concentration of aggressive great-tailed grackles, a.k.a. “devil’s bird,” turns up in SF’s Lake Merced. [San Francisco Chronicle]
- SF enviros wary over bill to streamline enviro review, saying developers could conceal negative impacts of projects. [San Francisco Examiner]
- Coho salmon returning to Marin creeks a month early, boosted by recent rains. [Marin Independent Journal]
- NOAA considers de-listing Southern resident population of killer whales from endangered species list. [NOAA press release]
- Gap clothing family’s City Fields Fnd wants to help SF defend lawsuit against artificial turf opponents at Beach Chalet. [SF Appeal]
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