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July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff
This park offers thousands of acres of woodlands and chaparral, an iconic concrete monolith that once served as a powerful …
March 23, 2009 by Rick Bacigalupi
Special Event Video! Docent Dick Gehrer takes Bay Nature readers on a tour of Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve on …
January 01, 2009 by Carolyn J. Strange
This massive South Bay preserve, which is still being assembled, forms a critical link in the chain of protected landscapes in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Does Marin’s plan to curb development do enough to protect salmon?
by Jackson Mauze
Artists cast a net for safer oceans
by Dan Rademacher
How would the Bay Area respond to its next oil spill?
by Alessandra Bergamin
In California oil spills, chemical dispersants treated with caution
Berkeley officials get closer to public ‘parklet’ policy
by Emilie Raguso
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Take a moderate 3-mile hike to see soap root in bloom. This “evening bloomer’s” exquisite white flowers attract hummingbirds and …
Bird Hike: They Seek Him Here, They Seek Him There…
This summer, a walk in the Hayward Hills promises to be special indeed. Last year we were mesmerized by a …
San Bruno Mountain Watch Founder’s Hike with David Schooley
David Schooley, founder of San Bruno Mountain Watch, will lead his popular Founder’s Hike on the 4th Saturday of each …
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