>Archive : Fremont Peak State Park Archives -
July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
A 3,169-foot peak can be reached by a strenuous hike, offering vast views on clear days. The observatory includes a …
April 01, 2008 by Doris Sloan
Discover rare rocks, distant stars, beautiful wildflowers, and a bit of California history all at one small state park south of San Juan Bautista.
A New Haven for the Leopard Shark
by Alessandra Bergamin
PENINSULA: Wight’s Paintbrush
by Bay Nature Staff
The Fish We Never Knew
by Eric Simons
Could this be the end of California’s drift gillnet fishing?
by Alison Hawkes
Nudibranchs, Kings of the Tidepool, Command An Audience
Got a burning nature question about SF Bay Area nature? Ask us and we'll get to the bottom of it!
Birds at Mount Burdell
By now, the breeding season should be in full swing. Bullock’s orioles, lazuli buntings, and black-headed grosbeaks deliver an elaborate …
Outreach to the Outdoors: A Storytelling Experience
When was the first time you were enchanted by nature? Come hear engaging and poignant stories about our connection to …
San Francisco Bay Wetland Restoration
Spend the afternoon with the Save the Bay team transplanting native seedlings so they can grow big and strong and …
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