Latest from San Jose
January 30, 2015 by Laura Hautala
This is no mere Internet meme: the City of San Jose has a burrowing owl preserve, with hidden cameras, and it is spectacular.
October 10, 2013 by Michael Ellis
Q: I collect rainwater to use on my garden and I’ve found Pacific chorus frogs in the black garbage can that collects the rainwater, but I’ve never seen eggs or tadpoles in there. I wonder why not; would they be too small to see? [Marian, San Jose]
July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature
The Guadalupe River Park Conservancy provides community leadership for the development and active use of the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens through education, advocacy and stewardship. We offer Environmental Science based field trips and workshops for children, adult education classes including sustainable gardening practices, local history, wildlife biology and Docent led tours of our River Park & Gardens. Volunteers are actively recruited and trained to help in the Heritage Rose Garden, Historic Orchard, Guadalupe River clean-up and several events we sponsor each year.
July 01, 2004 by Christine Sculati
Where can you find more than 80,000 acres of wildlands with hundreds of miles of trails only 36 miles from ...