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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 …
What ever happened to Alden Olmsted?
by Dhyana Levey
The Bay Area mothers around you
by Alison Hawkes
Butterflies in bloom
Local Hero: Cindy Moreno of WattzOn and Full Circle Farm
by David Loeb
by Paul Epstein
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Walkers 50+: Looking for signs of (wild)life
Walkers 50+: Join Ranger Bob Flasher on an easy, almost level walk of under 4 miles, from the Tilden Nature …
Focus on Grasses with Ashley Ratcliffe
This walk will explore the theme “how to look at a grass” and will serve to familiarize those of us …
Ring Mountain Thistle Pull
Come to Ring Mountain to help restore habitat on this special volunteer day. Today we will be following up on …
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