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.