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Understanding San Francisco Bay

January 01, 2001 by Bay Nature

A special section of BAY NATURE devoted to understanding San Francisco Bay, produced with the support and collaboration of Save

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A Slough Runs Through It

January 01, 2001 by Joe Eaton

On the edge of the tidal marsh fringing Suisun Slough, a streaky dark-brown sparrow gleans seeds of tules and other

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Bob Walker Photography Exhibit at Oakland Museum

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Bob Walker was a passionate defender of Bay Area open space and a brilliant landscape photographer with an amazing eye

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Coho Salmon Run Returns To West Marin

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Late fall and winter are the time to witness the return of endangered coho salmon to their natal streams in

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Elephant Seals at Ano Nuevo

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

It’s time to make your reservations to witness one of local nature’s most dramatic spectacles: the annual return of the

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Go Greenbelt Bicycle Tour in Support of Greenbelt Alliance

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

If pedal power is your preferred mode of travel and you want to help protect the local greenbelt, shape up

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Letter from the Publisher

January 01, 2001 by David Loeb

For most of the nearly four years it has taken to turn BAY NATURE from an idea into the magazine

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Loving Lake Merritt

January 01, 2001 by Linda Watanabe McFerrin

The lights around Lake Merritt flicker off. Dawn has opened a shimmering, pink-feathered window in the pearl-gray sky through which

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Post’s Wallace Stegner Lecture Series

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Explore land, nature, and conservation issues from a literary perspective by attending the Peninsula Open Space Trust’s annual Wallace Stegner

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Are there any resident animal species in the region that hibernate in winter, even though we don’t usually have snow or freezing temperatures?

January 01, 2001 by Joe Eaton

That depends on what you mean by hibernation. All but one of the Bay Area’s 13 species of bats are

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Shy Albatross Sightings

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Over the past 16 months, there have been three separate sightings of the Shy Albatross(Thalassarche cauta) off the coast of

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Sudden Oak Death Introduction

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

In five coastal counties of central and northern California, thousands of oak trees are dying. The cause of this increased

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Rivers in the Bay

January 01, 2001 by Paul McHugh

San Francisco Bay presented a thrilling—yet possibly lethal—mystery to a young Spanish captain as he sailed up to probe the

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The Art of Restoration

January 01, 2001 by Chis Clarke

The air over Cullinan Ranch is cool and moist. Only the faintest gray line marks the location, south across San

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USGS Menlo Park’s California Center

January 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Still trying to sort through the confusion of rocks and minerals that make up the Bay Area? Then you might

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