Latest from Point Reyes National Seashore

After the Government Shutdown Ends, Bird Monitoring Resumes

October 17, 2013 by Alessandra Bergamin

As the government shutdown comes to an end, scientists working on federal land will be able to resume their research. But what impact does a 15 day hiatus have on long term monitoring and research?

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SF Green Film Festival opens with Marin’s open space rebels

May 29, 2013 by Alessandra Bergamin

Premier night (Thursday) at the SF Green Film Festival is a film about the people who saved Marin’s coastline from development. (Interview)

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Deficit battles hurt Bay Area’s national parklands this summer

March 21, 2013 by Alison Hawkes

Closed visitors centers, fewer programs, brushy trails and dirtier bathrooms — Washington’s deficit battles will hurt the Bay Area’s national parklands this summer.

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Charting the Geographies of Hope

January 31, 2013 by Paul Epstein

On the very edge of the North American tectonic plate, surrounded by ranches and wetlands and everyone’s favorite  park —

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Twenty miles of Point Reyes

November 20, 2012 by Jules Evens

Tag along with Jules Evens on two 10 mile hikes as he closes in on hiking every mile of trail at Point Reyes National Seashore in 2012.

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The Outer Point in Autumn

October 10, 2012 by Jules Evens

The Outer Point Reyes Peninsula is a Mecca for both birds and birdwatchers during autumn migration. And it’s a fine place to see elephant seals as well.

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Limantour Beach to Five Brooks Pond—coyote leads the way.

October 02, 2012 by Jules Evens

Few coastlines are as pacifying as the broad sandy beach at Limantour in Point Reyes. Come along on a 14 mile hike across the peninsula.

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Trail to the tip of the hummingbird’s bill at Tomales Point

September 26, 2012 by Jules Evens

Take a walk with Jules Evens to see tule elk and the reef at the northern tip of Point Reyes, surrounded on three sides by ocean.

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All Abuzz on Muddy Hollow Trail

August 24, 2012 by Jules Evens

“Let me keep my mind on what matters, which is my work,
which is mostly standing still and learning to

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Nature for free, David’s best picks

August 09, 2012 by elaubach

For the sake of saving money or living more sustainably, the “staycation” is becoming ever more popular. But what can

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