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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 …
Getting Back On the Trail
by Beth Slatkin
Traditional and Modern Methods of Acorn Preparation
by Emily Moskal
Restoring Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge
by Alessandra Bergamin
Bay Researchers Fight Uphill Battle with Invasive Cordgrass
by Rachel Diaz-Bastin
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Malcolm Margolin and Ken Brower: 100 Years Later — Can Hetch Hetchy Come Back?
On Dec. 9, 1913, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that allowed the City of San Francisco to clear cut, …
Spend time enjoying an amazing spot AND learning about the birds that share our open spaces! …
Point Reyes Holiday Open House
Come celebrate our local parks! Join us for sweet and savory treats and holiday cheer at this free community gathering …
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