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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
The best bird’s eye view of the wine country can be found in this park at the top of the …
Enjoy the solitude of lush redwood groves and the joyful sounds of waterfalls at this secluded park.
At the end …
This park embraces thousands of years of a history that is uniquely Californian—including relics from the native Miwok, Spanish missionaries, …
With its iconic 2,571-foot peak and 6,300 acres of parkland, Mt. Tamalpais offers something for everyone: hiking and biking trails, …
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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