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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
The most successful least tern nesting colony in California thrives on what remains of an old runway at this former ...
July 01, 2012 by Aleta George
After years of discussion, agitation, and debate, a final deal is in the works to make a permanent Alameda Wildlife Refuge for the endangered California least terns that nest on a former naval base.
May 20, 2009 by Jody Zaitlin
Every spring California least terns return to the Bay Area to breed. These endangered birds, and other terns, have a remarkable hunting style: Drop quickly, and crash head-first into the water. Don't try that at home!
July 01, 2007 by Aleta George
In late spring, a thumb-size least tern chick emerges from its egg on Alameda Point. The chick’s eyes are open ...
Tracking the Ghost Cat: Mountain Lions Remain Elusive in the East Bay
by Rachel Diaz-Bastin
In San Francisco, A Dying Forest Waits for Action
by Becca Andrews
Making Their Mark
by Victoria Schlesinger
Marsh Once More: The Bay Trail Takes Off at Hamilton Airfield
by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto
Enlightened by Bioluminescence
by Claire Peaslee
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Dragonflies are among the most fascinating and beautiful insects on earth. We’ll learn to identify the different species in the ...
Bird Walk at Quarry Lakes
The Bay Area bursts with bird life! New and experienced birders alike join us as we discover patterns of behavior, ...
Take A Hike Junipero Serra Park
Take A Hike encourages you to discover a County Park on the first Saturday each month, April through October. Participants learn ...
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