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Marin Baylands Advocates

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Marin Baylands Advocates (MBA) is an all volunteer group of environmentalists in Marin County, California. They are dedicated to permanently protecting baylands along the eastern shoreline of Marin County, bordering San Pablo and San Francisco Bays.Together with fiduciary agent, the Marin Audubon Society (MAS), they achieve their goals by raising funds from individuals and foundations to acquire privately owned bayland properties, and to educate about the value of baylands. These funds are administered through the Marin Baylands Fund or the Marin Community Foundation.

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Gallinas Watershed Council

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Gallinas Watershed Council (GWC) From the hills of Terra Linda to the wetlands of Santa Venetia, we use the watershed approach to protect and enhance our environment. GWC connects people who live and work in Las Gallinas Valley with their watershed.

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Friends of the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Friends of the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge is an independent, non-profit, 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to promoting the conservation of the natural resources of the refuge, fostering public understanding and appreciation of the refuge, and engaging in activities that will assist the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to meet its mandates.

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San Pablo Baylands Agencies and Organizations

July 01, 2007 by Sue Rosenthal

The Bay Institute of San Francisco
Works with public agencies and nonprofits to promote wetlands restoration around San Pablo Bay,

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Highway to the Flyway

July 01, 2007 by John Hart

Along the gentle arc of the northern San Pablo Bay shoreline, one of the region’s least loved highways, Highway 37, traverses one of its most fascinating landscapes. Best to be in the passenger seat, for the country you are traversing deserves far more than a stolen glance…

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The Other Rail

July 01, 2007 by John Hart

Everybody knows about the California clapper rail, the charismatic (though elusive) endangered bird of San Francisco Bay marshes. The San

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Visiting the San Pablo Baylands

July 01, 2007 by David Carroll

Despite covering a large area that has abundant wildlife, the San Pablo Baylands offer few public access points, among them

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Carquinez Breakthrough

September 30, 2006 by Kathleen Wong

The open hills along the Carquinez Strait are home to working ranches and open space preserves that are meeting places for native species from both the coast and the Central Valley. Today’s quiet pastoral landscape makes it hard to envision the violent formative flood that may have cut this critical waterway between the Bay and the Central Valley some half a million years ago.

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Sonoma Baylands Purchases

January 01, 2005 by Christine Sculati

As Tolay Creek pools and spills on its journey to San Pablo Bay, it passes several recent acquisitions by the

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Dredging up an Avian Oasis

July 01, 2004 by Bill O’Brien

What do you get when you scoop up 250,000 cubic yards of muck from the Petaluma River? Prime shorebird habitat, of course. Unlikely as it may seem, Shollenberger Park is a place where birders have spotted 150 bird species, from nesting avocets and stilts to harriers and egrets. And a new addition to the park will make it one of the largest publicly accessible stretches of wetlands in the Bay Area.

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