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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
During early spring, the Almaden Quicksilver Park offers a spectacular wildflower display, and the remnants of the mercury mining era …
January 01, 2002 by John Dorrance
Numerous animals make their homes in burrows in the hills of this Santa Clara County park, but none dig as deep as the miners who hauled mercury-laden ore out of the ground for 125 years.
Filmmaker Judy Irving’s “Pelican Dreams” Taking Flight
by Beth Slatkin
Cordell Bank and Gulf of the Farallones Looking to Expand
by Rachel Diaz-Bastin
Capturing King Tides Through Citizen Science
by Alessandra Bergamin
San Francisco Mulls Commercial Butterfly Release Ban
Getting Back On the Trail
Got a burning nature question about SF Bay Area nature? Ask us and we'll get to the bottom of it!
Holiday Exploration of the Bear Ranch
Search for clues of wildlife on a 2.5-mile hike with a Ranger. You’ll be surprised to see how active the …
Migrating Newts Find a Way
From mid-November to March, thousands of California newts migrate to hereditary breeding ponds. Learn how these fascinating creatures triumph over …
Plant acorns with Living Arroyos!
Come plant acorns along the Arroyo Mocho with us! Living Arroyos is restoring a mile of stream channel along Stanley …
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