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The Beauty and the Cheeseweed, a San Francisco Butterfly Love Story

February 28, 2014 by Eric Simons

Of the 35 breeding butterfly species in San Francisco, 25 have now found a non-native host plant they can work with. In an area this urban, undesirable weeds growing in sidewalk cracks have become vital to the life of butterflies.

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2014 Local Hero Award Winner for Environmental Education

January 02, 2014 by Bay Nature Staff

>> Liam was recently interviewed on KQED-FM’s Forum about his life in lepidoptery (2/7/14). LISTEN
A trained stage actor (who

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Top 10 signs of climate change in Northern California

September 05, 2013 by Alessandra Bergamin

A new state report compiles evidence that California’s climate is rapidly changing.


Butterflies in bloom

May 09, 2013 by Alison Hawkes

Have you ever seen a butterfly emerge from its pupa? Now’s your chance.

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A walk among butterflies

August 01, 2012 by Jen Joynt

I never quite know what I might find when I set out with my camera, my binoculars, and my wandering


Xerces Society

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

A Portland, Oregon-based organization devoted to protecting butterflies and other insects.

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Nature in the City

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Nature in the City sponsors a wide array of programs in San Francisco to restore and protect natural habitats in the city, and ot connect people with those habitats.

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Creekside Center for Earth Observation

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Creekside Center for Earth Observation was founded in 2006 by Drs.Stuart B. Weiss and Paul M. Rich to apply the latest science and technologyto address challenging conservation problems.

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Coyote Hills Regional Park

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Easy trails along marshes and grasslands and great views of the East Bay hills and San Francisco Bay make this

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Nabokov’s Blues along the Estero Trail

June 20, 2012 by Jules Evens

Searching for butterflies at Point Reyes–and finding them! Hike along with Jules Evens on a 7.5 mile loop with planty of winged beauty.

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