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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
On hot summer days, Horseshoe and Rainbow Lakes cool off eager swimmers and waders, while the wildlife habitat is a …
The largest public off-leash dog park in the nation, this shoreline park in Richmond is a mecca for dogs, and …
Jutting out into San Pablo Bay, Point Pinole Regional Shoreline treats visitors to expansive views of the Bay and beyond. …
Canyon views, ridgetop vistas, and remote canyon streams reward visitors to this park overlooking Pleasanton and the Livermore Valley.
This park offers views of the bay, and close-up views of landing airplanes at the Oakland airport.
This park, built …
Experience wildness in this remote, spectacular 10,000-acre park, accessible only to hikers and horseback riders on the 28-mile Ohlone Wilderness …
This park’s sandstone hills are covered with wildflowers in spring, and sweeping views of the East Bay are visible from …
Spectacular Views can await determined hikers at the summits of Mission and Monument peaks in this preserve east of the …
Come to walk the shoreline trail loop, or wade off the small beach, or just enjoy stunning views of San …
This park surrounds a 180-acre restored aquatic habitat, adjacent to the busiest Port on the bay.
Middle Harbor is an …
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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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 …
Ring Mountain Thistle Pull
Come to Ring Mountain to help restore habitat on this special volunteer day. Today we will be following up on …
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