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Claremont Canyon Conservancy

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

A citizen-based, non-profit organization for long-term stewardship of Claremont Canyon.

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Claremont Canyon Regional Preserve

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

Once this canyon was part of the Pony Express route between Sacramento and San Francisco, now its mostly known for ...

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Owls, their owlet and the Berkeley masses

May 10, 2012 by Jen Joynt

Over the course of two short months, great horned owls hatched and raised an owlet on a trail in Claremont Canyon in Berkeley. A "bird's eye" view of the nest made it possible for passersby to get an intimate look at the owlet's transformation from hatchling to fledgling. But as the popularity of the nesting owls grew, so did the ethical questions. How can so many people enjoy nature without doing it harm?

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Oakland’s Claremont Canyon, 20 Years After the Fire

October 19, 2011 by Daniel McGlynn

Two decades ago, parts of Claremont Canyon burned in one of the largest wildfires the Bay Area has ever seen. Since then, neighbors have steadily worked to make themselves at home in a fire-prone landscape.

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