Apr-Jun 2001

 

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Baylands Ecosystem and Community Profiles

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

A new resource is available for anyone interested in learning more about the fish and wildlife that live in and

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Leader of Blue Ridge Berryessa Group Wins BOASC Award

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Raymond Krause, leader of the Blue Ridge Berryessa Natural Area Conservation Partnership (BRBNA), has won the 2001 Bob Walker: Bay

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Fall 2000 Hawk Hill Survey Results

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

The largest concentration of raptors in the Pacific States occurs over the Marin Headlands every fall when tens of thousands

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Invasive Plants of California’s Wildland

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Whether it’s cape ivy or french broom, if you want to know how to control some of the region’s most

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Letter from the Publisher

April 01, 2001 by David Loeb

Wow! I’ve just come back from a hike at Las Trampas Regional Preserve. I’ve been there quite a few times

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MALT Art Show

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

How can you bring the rolling hills of western Marin County into your living room while, at the same time,

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Muir Heritage Land Trust

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

We know we’re not supposed to mix editorial content with advertising, but it’s difficult not to comment on the ad

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Of Hazelnuts and Adder’s Tongue

April 01, 2001 by Michael Vasey

A hike on the Hazelnut Trail at Montara Mountain leads you through several scrub communities and straight into a botanical puzzle.

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Old Hills, New Economies

April 01, 2001 by David Rains Wallace

The vast expanse of rugged country east of high-tech Santa Clara Valley, crowned by the Bay Area’s highest peak, has been a refuge for wild species—humans included—for a very long time.

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Out of an Ancient Sea

April 01, 2001 by Christine Colasurdo

The oak-dotted, rounded hills of Contra Costa and eastern Alameda counties are a familiar sight, but do you know how they got to be that way?

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Peering into Muddy Waters

April 01, 2001 by Ron Russo

One measure of the ecological richness of the Bay is its role as a major nursery for five resident species of sharks.

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Stowe Lake Herons, With 2000 Viewing Dates

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Springtime is mating time, and the Bay Area provides its residents with a splendid opportunity to view the new families

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UCSC Grad Program Gallery Show, 2001

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Much of our ability to observe nature is dependent upon the intricate and beautiful drawings prepared by professional artists for

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What makes wildflowers so colorful?

April 01, 2001 by Paul de Silva

At the precise moment we are looking at them, flowers are sending light rays back to us. But not all

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Wildflower Web Site

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

One of the joys of our Mediterranean climate is the Bay Area’s long wildflower season. Among the first reports this

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