Latest from field guides
October 01, 2010 by Melanie Jones
Chances are you’ve sat on the beach and pondered where the sand goes when the waves carry it off, or maybe what the California coast looked like a million years ago, or why it’s so darned foggy. Find the answers to these questions and more in the latest addition to the California Natural History Guides series.
October 01, 2010 by Amos Hausman-Rogers
Created by Bay Nature contributor John Muir Laws, this is a compact and very handy set of guides to common species of the Bay Area.
October 01, 2010 by Vanessa Thill
A well-written and illustrated guide to California geology, including about a dozen spots in the Bay Area.
July 01, 2010 by Aleta George
Naturalist and artist Jack Laws throws his whole body and soul into inspiring people to love, and understand, the natural world around them. His field guides are amazing, but have you seen his impersonation of a jumping spider? Not to be missed…
November 14, 2008 by David Carroll
The Natural History of the UC Santa Cruz Campus (Second Edition), edited by Tonya M. Haff, Martha T. Brown, and …
October 01, 2007 by Matthew Bettelheim
A field guide to help Bay Area naturalists in their search for local, lost species that are presumed extinct.
October 01, 2007 by Dan Rademacher
Field Guide to Butterflies of the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento Valley Regions, by Arthur M. Shapiro and Tim Manolis, …