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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, ...
In San Francisco, A Dying Forest Waits for Action
by Becca Andrews
Making Their Mark
by Victoria Schlesinger
Marsh Once More: The Bay Trail Takes Off at Hamilton Airfield
by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto
Enlightened by Bioluminescence
by Claire Peaslee
It’s Fun! It’s Science! It’s a Bioblitz!
by Joe Eaton
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BIRDING THE BAY TRAIL
Late summer brings returning migrant shorebirds to the Bay. Come for a walk on the SF Bay trail and see ...
Shadowbrook Stroll in Big Basin Redwoods
Join docent Hal Anjo as he guides you on a less-traveled trail that takes you by Union Creek, to the ...
Bow Drill & Hand Drill Fire Making
Learn the secrets of fire-by-friction. Indigenous cultures throughout the Americas utilized the hand drill method, as well as the bow ...
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