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Angel Island Association

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Angel Island Association works to facilitate preservation, restoration, and interpretation of historic and natural resources, enhance visitors' experiences, and build a community to support Angel Island State Park.

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Angel Island State Park

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Over 13 miles of trails and spectacular panoramic views are available to visitors to Angel Island State Park, the biggest ...

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Angel Island gets TLC for Earth Day

April 19, 2012 by Chris Torres

Over 150 volunteers crammed onto a ferry that set sail from Tiburon in honor of upcoming Earth Day this Sunday.Their destination? The hiker’s paradise of Angel Island. With a backdrop of clear skies and a light breeze, the crew on Saturday joined the California State Parks Foundation’s (CSPF) effort to clean up and restore 17 of the state’s neglected parks.

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Letter from the Publisher

January 01, 2012 by David Loeb

As I write this on Thanksgiving weekend, I have many things to be grateful for. For example: On Thanksgiving morning, I watched a huge raft of cormorants take off from the surface of the Bay in front of Angel Island. But behind such moments and places of great beauty, several dark clouds are gathering.

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State Park Heroes: The Volunteers

November 19, 2009 by Donna Whitmarsh

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently won an award form the National Park Trust (really), apparently for not closing the parks after all. But it's the hundreds of volunteers across the region who are helping remaining staff keep things together, while they also fight for a permanent funding solution.

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Flocking to the Island of Angels

July 01, 2008 by Aleta George

Cut off from land for thousands of years, the Bay’s largest island is a natural and cultural gem just a ferry ride or paddle away from city life.

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