April 24, 2014 by Beth Slatkin
The son of Russian immigrants living in post-war Shanghai, Igor Skaredoff moved to California with his parents at the age of six, and has been here for most of his life. After a long career as an environmental engineer for Shell Oil, Skaredoff retired from industry and dedicated himself to advocating for the creeks and […]
April 22, 2014 by Bay Nature Staff
Publisher David Loeb had his Bay Nature epiphany while hiking in China Camp State Park. That’s when he conceived of the idea to start a magazine about the natural wonders of the San Francisco Bay Area. Recently David gave a presentation at the Oakmont Symposium in Santa Rosa on the roots of Bay Nature magazine, […]
April 18, 2014 by Autumn Sartain
A blue heron cam will be watching the majestic birds nest on Stow Lake this year to aid in research and public education.
March 28, 2014 by Golden Gate Birder
Water officials said they were concerned that ground squirrel tunnels were sending toxins into the San Francisco Bay.
March 28, 2014 by Bay Nature Staff
Bay Nature’s 2014 Local Hero Awards dinner, held on Sunday, March 23 at Scott’s Seafood on Jack London Square, honored three local conservation heroes who’ve made outstanding contributions to the understanding, protection, and stewardship of the natural world of the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more about our honorees here. Our guest speaker was Michael Brune, […]
March 21, 2014 by Alison Hawkes
Question: Will newts, frogs and salamanders be out in full force in the Bay Area this spring?
March 18, 2014 by Eric Simons
It’s rare to see someone trying to bring a new nature publication into the world. But with the March launch of Greenfriar, Bay Area-based writer Ken Layne is doing just that.