Serving up your Bay Area nature news digest:
- National park-goers to be shut out by fed meltdown [San Francisco Chronicle]
- Golden Gate National Park’s Conservancy hits the jackpot with $25 million gift to build park of global standing. [San Francisco Business Times]
- Bay Area man and three mules walk from Gilroy to Golden Gate Bridge with message of conservation. [San Jose Mercury]
- Bird lovers ‘europhic’ as threatened Swainson’s Hawk returns to historic range with new chick in Santa Clara county. [San Jose Mercury]
- Problems with Canadian Geese? Bring in the coyotes…plastic ones that is! [Contra Cost Times]
- Gather your reusable bags, as of Oct 1st Redwood City joins the plastic- bag ban. [San Mateo Daily Journal]
- In historic agreement, parks and tribes work together to restore sacred site at Indian Grinding Rock State Park. [Sacramento Bee]
- Just four weeks after the Rim Fire’s most intense day of burning, nature begins to make a comeback. [Huffington Post]
- In Contra Costa County, momentum builds to ban single-use plastic bags. [Save the Bay Blog]
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