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March 14, 2013 by Alison Hawkes
Three river otters and a fish head. You fill in the rest.
July 01, 2012 by Aleta George
Hungry river otters are popping up around the Bay Area in places where they haven’t been seen in a while. Have fun watching them, but guard your chickens!
April 11, 2012 by Dan Rademacher
River otters have been wildlife stars at Jewel Lake in Tilden Regional Park off and on over the last year. But did you know they’re chowing down on rare fish?
July 01, 2007 by John Muir Laws
The adorable river otters of Rodeo Lagoon, in the Marin Headlands, don’t seem so cute and playful when they take down a brown pelican.
January 01, 2001 by Joe Eaton
On the edge of the tidal marsh fringing Suisun Slough, a streaky dark-brown sparrow gleans seeds of tules and other …
East Bay hills tree removal debate catches fire
by Dan Rademacher
Will $8 parking fees deter visitors from Sonoma County beaches?
by Jackson Mauze
Beyond Fossil Fuels
by Paul Epstein
Oakland Museum’s new science gallery opens May 31
Enviros decry governor’s raid on carbon programs
by Chantal Jolagh
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