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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
Come see the wildflowers and roaring stream in the spring, and the colorful forest foliage in the fall at this ...
Although this preserve is relatively small, it offers opportunities for leisurely hikes with lovely landscape views, wildflowers in the spring, ...
This preserve is good for a short jaunt to scenic overlooks or for longer loop trips.
Long Ridge Open Space ...
Sweeping views of the south bay reward the hikers at this lightly visited preserve of forests and grasslands.
La Honda ...
Hike through remnants of fruit and nut orchards and discover sweeping views of the Santa Clara Valley.
There are approximately ...
Here you’ll find a grassy ridgetop surrounded by steep chaparral-covered slopes, with oak-madrone woodland in the ravines and on the ...
Named for scenic Mount Sereno, El Sereno Open Space Preserve encompasses more than 1,000 acres of fragrant chaparral slopes cut ...
Explore 36 miles of trails through mixed evergreen and redwood forests, creeks, and rare tafoni sandstone formations.
While the preserve ...
Making Their Mark
by Victoria Schlesinger
Marsh Once More: The Bay Trail Takes Off at Hamilton Airfield
by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto
Enlightened by Bioluminescence
by Claire Peaslee
It’s Fun! It’s Science! It’s a Bioblitz!
by Joe Eaton
Bay View: America’s Wild Anniversary
by David Loeb
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Nature for Kids: Dragonflies!
We’ll learn all about these fascinating insects that have been on earth since before the age of dinosaurs. We’ll observe ...
Come see spectacular photographic images of the sun in total eclipse taken by Jacques Guertin, who has been chasing solar ...
Angel Azul Screening: A Documentary by Marcelina Carat
Angel Azul is a documentary film that tells the story of one artist’s inspiring attempt to draw attention to the ...
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