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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.
Oakland’s bug guy wants you to like bugs too
by Constance Taylor
Does Marin’s plan to curb development do enough to protect salmon?
by Jackson Mauze
Artists cast a net for safer oceans
by Dan Rademacher
How would the Bay Area respond to its next oil spill?
by Alessandra Bergamin
In California oil spills, chemical dispersants treated with caution
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Take a moderate 3-mile hike to see soap root in bloom. This “evening bloomer’s” exquisite white flowers attract hummingbirds and …
Bird Hike: They Seek Him Here, They Seek Him There…
This summer, a walk in the Hayward Hills promises to be special indeed. Last year we were mesmerized by a …
San Bruno Mountain Watch Founder’s Hike with David Schooley
David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will lead his popular Founder’s Hike on the 4th Saturday of each …
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