July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Tucked into less than a square mile of land, the Peninsula’s Edgewood Park is a showcase for stunning wildflower diversity, ...
April 01, 2005 by Bruce Morris
It certainly seems that we’re seeing more deer all over our neighborhoods. But how can these large mammals make a living among all the cars and houses? Writer Bruce Morris took the time to observe the deer in his suburban Belmont backyard. What he learned may surprise you: These deer weren’t just “making do”; they were thriving. With surprisingly small home ranges, suburbanized deer are redefining our built landscapes to fit their needs—an orchard becomes a fawning zone, an abandoned garden a nursery, a wooded lot a feeding area.