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October 01, 2007 by Aleta George
At the northern edge of San Pablo Bay, a salt marsh harvest mouse hides beneath the protective cover of a ...
To us, the San Bruno elfin butterfly, with its one-inch wingspan, seems small, but to the ants that protected it ...
October 01, 2007 by Carolyn J. Strange
Contrary to common notions of autumn as a season of dying back, our fall rains often herald new beginnings. That’s ...
July 01, 2007 by Aleta George
A favorite food of the southern sea otter is black abalone, a marine mollusk that has historically put down roots ...
In late spring, a thumb-size least tern chick emerges from its egg on Alameda Point. The chick’s eyes are open ...
At the Moss Landing Marina halfway between Santa Cruz and Monterey, I slip into a kayak and paddle toward Elkhorn ...
January 01, 2007 by Rick Bacigalupi
The Big Sur coast has always provided nature lovers with an abundanceof breathtaking scenery. But one of the most majestic ...
January 01, 2007 by Dan Rademacher
WEB EXTRA: Rare and Endangered Mosses
Many of us go through life barely noticing mosses and their cousins, ...
October 01, 2006 by Aleta George
While you’re heading to the polls this November, California brown pelicans will be returning to breeding grounds that range from ...
April 01, 2006 by Aleta George
Vernal pools are havens for specialized species, including the endangered Contra Costa goldfield and the native solitary bee that pollinates it.
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Dragonflies are among the most fascinating and beautiful insects on earth. We’ll learn to identify the different species in the ...
Bird Walk at Quarry Lakes
The Bay Area bursts with bird life! New and experienced birders alike join us as we discover patterns of behavior, ...
Take A Hike Junipero Serra Park
Take A Hike encourages you to discover a County Park on the first Saturday each month, April through October. Participants learn ...
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