Time for Monday’s Bay Area nature news roundup:
- Oakland officials open a channel that will one day reconnect Lake Merritt to the SF Bay. [San Francisco Chronicle]
- Two-thirds of Californians believe climate change a serious threat, but fewer than in 2007. [San Jose Mercury News]
- Sonoma officials want to renovate Bodega Bay’s aging marinas. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- If you have to build levees in SF Bay to deal with climate change, you mind as well front them with tidal marshes. [San Jose Mercury News]
- California’s environmental law – CEQA – may be altered to allow faster enviro review and enviro groups not happy . [Associated Press]
- SF officials rank traffic median as worst park in city. [Huffington Post]
- San Rafael deer spotted with rare albino-like genetic oddity called leucism strutting around as leader of herd. [Marin Independent Journal]
- There’s less than a 50/50 chance that you’ll be eating the fish you think it is at a Northern California restaurant. [San Francisco Chronicle]
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