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EAST/NORTH BAY Adventurers/Xplorers

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

“In reverence of The Great Spirit, Mother Earth and the people that love and loved her so well..!

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Book Review: California’s Frontier Naturalists

October 01, 2006 by Matthew Bettelheim

California’s Frontier Naturalists, by Richard G. Beidleman, UC Press, 2006, 484 pages, $39.95
www.ucpress.edu
If you’ve ever taken a moment

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First Encounters

January 01, 2006 by David Rains Wallace

When European explorers and naturalists began coming to California a few centuries ago, most sailed right past the fog-shrouded Golden Gate. But those few who did stop here, including the botanist-poet who first described the California poppy, left tantalizing clues to the world they saw before the Gold Rush transformed the Bay Area from backwater to boomtown.

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Letter from the Publisher

January 01, 2006 by David Loeb

As we were considering articles for our fifth anniversary issue, which you are now holding in your hands, David Rains

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