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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Just minutes away from downtown Oakland, Lake Temescal is a popular swimming, fishing and picnicking spot .
Originally constructed as …
This preserve offers an opportunity to explore the southern foothills of Mt. Diablo. The preserve is comprised of two discontinuous …
Spring Wildflowers, a massive basalt outcrop, a scenic gorge on Alameda Creek and plenty of trails through varied terrain await …
The steep trails of the park rewards hikers with ridgetop views of San Pablo Bay, Mt. Diablo, and Mt. Tamalpais. …
With a volcano at its heart, Sibley Preserve is an unparalleled place to see Coast Range geology exposed as well …
Shadow Cliff’s provides a cool retreat on hot summer days only a mile from downtown Pleasanton.
The park features an …
This small shoreline park is just up the way from Point Pinole, but there’s no PDF map available. …
Not too far from the hustle of the city, the park delights visitors with its large, quiet, and shady redwood …
What ever happened to Alden Olmsted?
by Dhyana Levey
The Bay Area mothers around you
by Alison Hawkes
Butterflies in bloom
Local Hero: Cindy Moreno of WattzOn and Full Circle Farm
by David Loeb
by Paul Epstein
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Sign and Scat: Evidence of Wildlife
Ever wonder “whose poop is that!?” Learn how to identify and better understand local wildlife by analyzing scat and signs …
Walkers 50+: Looking for signs of (wild)life
Walkers 50+: Join Ranger Bob Flasher on an easy, almost level walk of under 4 miles, from the Tilden Nature …
Focus on Grasses with Ashley Ratcliffe
This walk will explore the theme “how to look at a grass” and will serve to familiarize those of us …
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