Seabird feeding frenzy off Ocean Beach, Marin favors hikers over mountain bikers

by on August 05, 2013

Pelicans and seabirds descend in the water off Ocean Beach. Photo: Rulenumberone2/Flickr

Hello Monday! Starting off your work week with some Bay Area nature news:

  • Seabirds descend by the thousands on Ocean Beach in SF to gobble up a school of fish close to shore. [Ocean Beach Bulletin]
  • 200-plus demonstrators arrested for trespassing at Chevron’s Richmond plant. [Huffington Post]
  • Spreckles Lake in Golden Gate Park is bone dry this week. [Richmond Blog]
  • Young bluebird in San Pablo Park, Berkeley becomes a worm-hunting “Rambo” as he aggressively hunts for his younger siblings. [Berkeleyside]
  • Oil companies have been releasing toxic chemicals off CA coastline as they frack for oil with little to no enviro review. [Associated Press]
  • Marin’s county park plan prioritizes hikers, nature over mountain biking in trail use. [Marin Independent Journal]
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