July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Every year, as many as 4,000 sandhill cranes overwinter in this preserve of wetlands, grasslands and riparian forest before returning …
October 01, 2005 by Gina Covina
Thirty years ago, few people gave a second thought to the Laguna de Santa Rosa, the North Coast’s largest freshwater wetland. The once-teeming marshland had become a dumping ground. But things are changing, and this complex waterway is finally beginning to recover some of its former glory.