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Point Molate Beach Park Opens After Long Closure

October 14, 2013 by Sean Greene

Point Molate Beach Park reopened at sunrise Monday morning after being closed for more than a decade due to budget woes.

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Nature for free, David’s best picks

August 09, 2012 by elaubach

For the sake of saving money or living more sustainably, the “staycation” is becoming ever more popular. But what can

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TRAC – Trails for Richmond Action Committee

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Works to complete the Bay Trail In Richmond and to encourage people to enjoy and care for the trail.

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San Francisco Bay Trail

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

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Hayward Regional Shoreline (EBRPD)

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Come observe a series of flourishing restored wetlands, and the shorebirds and ducks that pause or stop here on their

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Eastshore State Park

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Strollers, cyclists, dog walkers, birders, this new park bordering San Francisco bay attracts them all with stunning views and miles

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Chevron Gives Ground

December 09, 2009 by Maria Vierra

After two years of negotiation with the East Bay Regional Park District, Chevron has agreed to allow access to two parcels of land on Chevron property that moves a step closer to extending the San Francisco Bay Trail along Richmond’s Point San Pablo Peninsula. But there’s a lot more work to do…

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Closing the Loop at Carquinez

October 01, 2009 by Aleta George

From the top of Dillon Point in Benicia State Recreation Area, you can trace the route of the Carquinez Strait Scenic Loop Trail, a 50-mile route that will, when finished, ring the strait.

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Making a Strait Loop

July 01, 2008 by Sherida Bush

Thanks to a collaboration between the regional Bay and Ridge Trails, a new loop trail will soon link the north sides of the Carquinez Strait.

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Bay Trail Birding, Surf Scoter Decline

October 01, 2007 by Aleta George

Winter is high time for birding on the Bay, and now the San Francisco Bay Trail has become the area’s

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