Latest from Coyote Hills Regional Park

Friends of Coyote Hills

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Friends of Coyote Hills serves Fremont, Hayward, and Union city, and is dedicated to the conservation and preservation of open space and the plant and wildlife habitats it supports, and to engaging public involvement with local and regional environmental issues through community outreach, education, collaborative efforts, and advocacy.

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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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The Color of Flight

April 01, 2011 by Joe Eaton

From migrating monarchs to giant yellow swallowtails to tiny pygmy blues, butterflies are endlessly enthralling. For folks like retired East Bay Regional Parks naturalist Jan Southworth and artist Liam O'Brien, what started as an interest in colorful insects became a passion for creating nectar gardens and protecting habitat to sustain butterfly populations in San Francisco, the East Bay, and beyond.

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Bay Trail Resources

April 01, 2007 by David Carroll

Richmond isn’t the only place where the Bay Trail is coming together. In fact, one of the longest continuous segments ...

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Out in the Tules

January 01, 2004 by Joe Eaton

The rounded hills by the Bay are the first thing that catch your eye at Coyote Hills Regional Park. But the brackish and freshwater marshes behind the hills have a charm of their own. Remnant of a once-extensive mix of tidal and freshwater wetlands that sustained a thriving Ohlone community for several thousand years, the marsh is now home to marsh wrens, muskrats, and one of the East Bay's few remaining patches of tules.

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Patterson Ranch in Fremont

July 01, 2002 by Sara Marcellino

Many of us think of the flatland stretch between Hayward and San Jose as mall-and-sprawl wasteland, but actually, some valuable ...

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