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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 …
East Bay hills tree removal debate catches fire
by Dan Rademacher
Will $8 parking fees deter visitors from Sonoma County beaches?
by Jackson Mauze
Beyond Fossil Fuels
by Paul Epstein
Oakland Museum’s new science gallery opens May 31
Enviros decry governor’s raid on carbon programs
by Chantal Jolagh
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Ring Mountain Thistle Pull
Come to Ring Mountain to help restore habitat on this special volunteer day. Today we will be following up on …
San Bruno Mountain Watch Founder’s Hike with David Schooley
David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will lead his popular Founder’s Hike on the 4th Saturday of each …
Rare Plants of the Tiburon Peninsula
The late season bloom on this ridge includes one of the rarest and most unusual plants in the world, the …
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