Here’s today’s Bay Area nature news:
- California expected to become first state in nation to ban leaded bullets, which are deadly to wildlife in more ways than one. [Associated Press]
- Santa Rosa wants to approve a plastic bag ban … but not if someone else regulates it. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park will be one-third the size of San Francisco with recent East Bay parks purchase. [Contra Costa Times]
- Tuolumne River Trust calls for thinning forests in future to prevent another Rim Fire. [SF Appeal]
- Federal study finds that wind farms have killed at least 67 golden eagles in past 5 years. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- Sonoma County clarifies rules for creekside development along 3,200 miles of year round and seasonal streams. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
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