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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
On a clear day, especially after a winter storm, views from Mount Diablo’s 3849 foot summit can extend to the …
This quiet and secluded beach is a great place to check out the California coast, tide pools, and a picturesque …
This historic park lures hikers with its spring wildflowers and autumn color displays.
Visitors to the former estate of writer …
In the Diablo Range southeast of San Jose, Coe State Park is our region’s largest park, yet one of our …
A 3,169-foot peak can be reached by a strenuous hike, offering vast views on clear days. The observatory includes a …
A great coast-side park with a historic Russian fort and an excellent visitor center.
This park is on the site …
Bottlenose Dolphins Move North Into the Bay, Creating a Research Puzzle
by Elizabeth Devitt
The Beauty and the Cheeseweed, a San Francisco Butterfly Love Story
by Eric Simons
Creating a Drought-Resilient Garden with California Natives
by Alessandra Bergamin
Connecting the Dots for Pacific Marine Life
by Beth Slatkin
Counting Harbor Porpoises with Carbon Currency
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¡Comience el Trails Challenge 2014!
Lunes en los parques, descubre nuevos caminos y mejora tu salud. Lleve calzado apropiado, agua, y vístase para el clima …
The History of the Redwood Ecosystem and the Struggle to Save It
Clear-cutting their way through the last 2,000,000 acres of the primeval global redwood forest, 19th Century timber barons assured the …
Lichen: A Closer Look
Take a 1.7-mile nature walk with a park docent to learn about the life cycle of lichen, those colorful patches …
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